Antonio Brown made an unexpected appearance at Wolff’s Biergarten in Albany, New York, where he performed his viral hit song for a group of college students. Witnesses claim that the former NFL star arrived at the bar shortly after midnight unannounced, and the crowd was shocked but thrilled to see him.
Performance of “Put That S*** On”
Once inside, Brown walked up to the DJ booth and requested his hit song “Put That S*** On.” The video shows him standing on a platform above the crowd, getting the students hyped before starting his performance. Brown stayed for nearly an hour, during which he handed out free Empire tickets to anyone in attendance.
Brown’s impromptu concert comes amid multiple controversies in his life. He has been accused of being a difficult owner for the National Arena League’s Albany Empire, with former coaches and players alleging non-payment and loss of access to team hotel rooms. However, Brown has denied these accusations.
Moreover, Brown has been sued by his jeweler for $1.1 million and ordered by a judge to pay overdue child support payments, which he claims he made. Despite these issues, Brown seems to believe that “business is still boomin’.”
Excitement at Frat House
After leaving the bar, Brown reportedly visited a nearby frat house, where he crowd-surfed and was met with more excitement from students. Although Brown’s controversies have been making headlines, his surprise performance at the bar was a welcome surprise for those in attendance.