Antonio Brown shades Tom Brady by posting photo of himself hugging quarterback's wife amid divorce reports

Antonio Brown. Getty/Michael Reaves
Antonio Brown has thrown more shade at his former teammate and friend Tom Brady.
Brown shared a photo of him hugging Brady's wife Gisele Bundchen the same day as reports surfaced that they were divorcing.
Brown captioned the photo "Put that Shit On" — the name of his new rap song.
Antonio Brown appeared to be trolling his former teammate and friend Tom Brady by sharing a photo of himself hugging Brady's wife Gisele Bundchen amid reports the couple are divorcing.
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Page Six reported Tuesday that Brady and Bundchen, who have been married since 2009, have both hired divorce attorneys.
The couple have been living apart for several months after falling out over Brady's shock decision to retire from the NFL, according to Page Six.
On the same day that news of Brady's impending divorce broke, Brown shared a photo of him and Bummel on Instagram celebrating the Buccaneers' Super Bowl win.
Brown captioned the photo "Put that Shit On" — the name of his new rap song.
Brown and Brady were once friends.
Brady vouched for the wide receiver helping him secure deals with the New England Patriots and later the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, despite his controversial departure from the Oakland Raiders and allegations of sexually assaulting numerous women.
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Brady even let Brown stay in his house when he first moved to Tampa.
However, since Brown was dropped by the Bucs last season after walking off the field during a game, the pair's relationship has soured, with Brown publicly shadowing his former teammate on numerous occasions.
In January, Brown suggested to reporters that Brady was just his friend because the quarterback needed him to win games.
"Tom Brady is my boyfriend - why? Because I'm a good football player," he said. "He needs me to play football, right? These guys called me to win a Super Bowl."
Then in August, Brown fired on Brady for choosing to take time off from the Bucs for non-football reasons.
"Tom Brady rigging the game gets 14 days to go home to speak his mind lol," Brown tweeted. "Now you see the difference."
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