NFL Player Ruins Rolls-Royce With Gaudy Livery


The wrap on this Rolls is like a Ballers punchline gone wrong.

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown took to Super Bowl 50 sporting this gold wrapped Rolls-Royce Ghost. We aren't exactly sure how to feel about this livery (is it better than his previous creation?) The gold is certainly befitting of a luxury behemoth like Rolls-Royce but the slogan on the side... well therein lies a problem. "Business is Boomin;" clearly we're not sure what is "boomin" or warrants improper spelling, though it would seem Brown is quite pleased with himself even though the Steelers didn't make the AFC playoffs.

We definitely think he nailed the "style" part but we aren't so sure we would have been as boastful about our business. What do you think? Did Brown take swagger to a new level or is this as gaudy as a Kardashian divorce? Check out the best commercials from Super Bowl 50 while you think about it.

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