Breaking news shook up the NFL world today when it was revealed that Antonio Brown possibly used a fake COVID-19 vaccination card to get around NFL rules. However, the situation is a bit cloudy, because the source of the information could possibly be emotionally motivated to damage AB’s reputation. When Tampa Bay Buccaneers management reacted to the counterfeit vaccination card allegations, a conspiracy theory started to arise about the true motive of the situation.
Details on Why People Think Antonio Brown’s Chef Lied about the Fake COVID-19 Vaccination Card Cydney Moreau Story After Hearing Buccaneers Statement
According to reports the situation began when IG Model Cydney Moreau helped Antonio Brown obtain a fake COVID-19 Vaccination card for the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. Not too long ago Cydney Moreau cheating scandal with Antonio Brown was ruling the headlines.
According to Ruiz’s claims she called him directly asking him to obtain the fake card for $500. That plan allegedly fell through when he declined to help them. He then claims Antonio Brown purchased counterfeit COVID-19 vaccination cards from an unknown source.
At the moment Steven Ruiz’s claims of Antonio Brown’s fake COVID vaccination card can’t be proven for some very interesting reasons. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers released a statement on the Antonio Brown Fake Vaccination Card Gate, stating that that COVID-19 vaccination cards submitted by players were reviewed, and no irregularities were found.
Essentially they still believe Antonio Brown’s COVID-19 vaccination card was real. Does that mean Steven Ruiz is lying?
If that was the case it wouldn’t be surprising considering the alleged history between these two. According to Tampa Bay Times Steven Ruiz said Antonio Brown owes him $10,000.
Take a look at this tweet from Adam Schefter.
Here were some celebrity reactions to Cydney Moreau and Antonio Brown fake COVID-19 vaccination card allegations.
If the allegations are true Cydney Moreau is possibly the first IG model to attempt completing a fake COVID-19 vaccination card deal for a major athlete.
However, multiple reports have confirmed that Antonio Brown is vaccinated. In addition it seems Tampa Bay Bucs are saying he’s innocent based on the research of their records.
Does this mean Antonio Brown used a fake COVID-19 vaccination card so real that there’s no way to tell that it’s fake? If that were the case there would be no way to prove it was fake, even if it was. On the other hand his personal chef could be lying due to the alleged unpaid wages.
In a quote from the Times, Antonio Brown’s lawyer called Steven Ruiz’s fake COVID vaccine card allegations “Tabloid gossip”.
Author: JordanThrilla Staff