Antonio Brown (L), Sean Kingston (Getty Images)

Now that Antonio Brown is an NFL free agent, it appears the former New England Patriots wide receiver who has been plagued with controversy is now turning his sights to music. 

According to XXL, Monday, Brown took to his Twitter page to announce that that he’s been recording for a music project with Jamaican-American singer Sean Kingston.

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In the tweet, he teased a snippet of what appears to be a new track, along with artwork that features both him and Kingston.

In another social media message he also revealed that in the collaboration with the “Beautiful Girls” singer he plans to open up about his personal life which, apparently includes an anecdote about the time he got shot in the ear while growing up in the projects.

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“Going to be telling my story in these songs all truth,” tweeted the Miami native. “I had the biggest police chase at fiu university campus. Mario Cristobal was the coach ask him! Or Me getting shot in the ear In the left…In liberty city pink n grey projects! Then I walk on to CMU!!! 2020 [Cab] Records.”

“My Life really a miracle,” he concluded.

Last month, Brown filed a countersuit in Broward County, Fla., against Britney Taylor who has accused him of multiple instances of sexual assault and rape. Not only does he deny Taylor’s allegations he is now taking her to court for defamation, with claims that her accusations resulted in him losing football contracts. 

“After failing to gain the purported business funding she sought from Brown or the relationship status she desired, Taylor began a vicious campaign of lies against Brown,” the counterclaim reads, adding that Taylor’s accusations are “vile, vicious and defamatory.”

Brown was cut from the Patriots after two accusations of sexual misconduct including an accusation of rape in a lawsuit by a former trainer and of exposing himself to an artist he hired to paint a mural at his home. He has denied the allegations.

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