Adrien Broner‘s past sharing of TMI on the Internet is coming back to bite him (you’ll see what we did there). A woman that the boxer claimed gave him crabs is suing him since she never had the STD, allegedly.
Famed boxer Adrian Broner has never been one to hold his tongue, not even when he’s encountered by police. Such can be seen in this footage of his DUI arrest in Ohio back in January.
Boxer Adrien Broner really outdid himself with his renown controversial comments when he invited Jay Z to dine on his genitalia and basically characterized Rihanna as a full-blown whorebag.
Allegedly, Jay Z offered pro boxer Adrian Broner a five year contract worth $40M to sign with Roc Nation Sports. Broner thought this was too low and took it as disrespect; enough to invite Hova to his penis and slander Rihanna along the way.
For the God of us, we can’t understand why rappers and athletes don’t stay in their own lanes. Maybe we wouldn’t feel this way if their talents were transferable, but history infers this is usually far from the case, and that’s apparent on boxer Adrien Broner’s new rap song “.40.”
Adrien Broner lost for the first time last night, taking a unanimous L to Marcos Maidana. Considering the fighter’s mastery of sh-t talking, the Internets went in with the memes.
Floyd Mayweather, Jr. rests comfortably atop the list of boxing’s truly polarizing figures, but rising star, Adrien Broner, looks to follow in his footsteps. Hip-Hop Wired had an opportunity to speak with the Cincinnati native about his upcoming bout, why he’s so flashy, and what music puts him in the headspace to enter the ring.
Boxer Adrien Broner tapped Kendrick Lamar to provide the soundtrack to the entrance to his boxing match at the Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, N.J. Saturday (Nov. 17) night. Repping his T.D.E crew by way of a black hoodie, Lamar spit as Broner strolled along in a pink robe.