Adrien Broner is one of the most recognizable boxers of his generation.
At one point he held multiple championships in four separate weight classes, but over the last few years he has become more notorious for the stuff that has happened outside the ring than inside it.
Broner made headlines earlier this when, inexplicably, he somehow suffered two separate sex tape leaks in a two-day span.
This week, his affinity for women caught up with him once more – only this time he emerged with the upper hand.
It all started when a woman on Twitter began to publicly call Broner out, threatening him with incriminating evidence:
As if getting swiftly rejected by Broner wasn’t bad enough, the woman then became the subject of ridicule on Twitter.
Has getting a job and buying your own shit ever crossed your mind?
— billyjoesounders (@hern_eddy) December 9, 2021
Blackmail or extortion under 18 U.S.C. § 873 is a federal offense that carries up to one year in federal prison, a fine, or both. A felony won’t help your Christmas.
The authorities can look up your IP address 🤦🏽♂️
— Kevin (@K3v1n76o) December 9, 2021
— Chka-Chka, Slim Shady (@YoungUmmi) December 9, 2021
— 🅺iz 🏆 2021 WS CHAMPS (@yokizle) December 9, 2021
Shorty this you? pic.twitter.com/vWJqVq6HNb
— Trev (@StrokingYaMammy) December 9, 2021
This isn’t the first time that calling out a pro athlete didn’t go as planned for a woman.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Antonio Brown famously made a groupie pay for the same sin.
The real reason Jalen Rose and Molly Qerim broke up. https://t.co/6oZoXhKaHY
— Game 7 (@game7__) December 8, 2021
Broner may not be known for handling everything well, but it’s hard to fault how he went about dealing with this particular matter.