“Starting to Make $100M”: Antonio Brown Urges Angel Reese to Pamper Him After Calling Her “Hot”

Lo-and-behold! Antonio Brown, who was hellbent on bringing down the top star of women’s college basketball Caitlin Clark by crossing all boundaries, has now changed his speech to sweet flirts. There was only one in the whole of women’s college basketball who could do this: the Bayou Barbie, aka Angel Reese.

Another star from the 2024 WNBA draft class, Angel Reese’s success, holds all the credit for making the tides turn, or rather the words turn with Brown. Brown had some of the sweetest stuff to say about Reese, following her financially booming success. “She’s a baddie. Shoutout to Angel Reese,” Brown stated on ‘Fearless’, something the host Jason Whitlock was in complete agreement of.


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However, only after sliding in those honeyed words did Brown boil down to the ‘real talk’. “She starting to make $100 million. She’s gonna fluff me up baby,” Brown said, backing it up with more sugarcoated nothings like, “You smokin’, you treacherous, you a baddie.”

Getting drafted by the Chicago Sky as the top 10th pick came with its benefits for Reese. The now WNBA star already topped the charts for her $1.8 million NIL valuation. Now that she’s struck a contract with Sky, Reese is expected to easily make more than $1 million.


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Angel Reese’s earnings

The Bayou Barbie has signed a four-year, $324,383 contract with the franchise. Per the terms, she would get $73,439 in her first year, which increases each season. In 2025, it will be $74,909, and $82,399 in 2026, until she hits $93,636 in her fourth year 2027, per Sportac. Not to mention her getting additional incentives each year for winning awards.

Per USA Today, winning WNBA Rookie of the Year would hike up her earnings by $5,150 and selection in the All-Star game would add another $2,575.

All of this, with the existing NIL deals she has. The endorsements list Reese is a long one, with several elite brand names making it a hefty one. Last fall, Reese signed a multi-year deal with shoe giant Reebok. She also has industry giants like Amazon, Airbnb, and PlayStation under her belt, having appeared in several of their advertisement campaigns.

Angel Reese was also headlining Zoa Energy, Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson’s brand with Marvin Harrison Jr. Tampax was another endorsement Reese starred in a commercial for, sharing her screen with Flau’jae Johnson. The latest deal that Reese signed was an NIL  advocacy deal with Goldman Sachs, after her signage with Topps and Beats by Dr. Dre, an NCAA favorite headphone brand. As she continues to grow, we will just have to wait and see how Brown responds.