This disgraced former NFL star made one move against Taylor Swift that he instantly regretted

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The debate over artificial intelligence is ramping up as Americans come to grips with the reality of its potential for both good and evil.

Regardless of your opinion one thing is clear – this genie isn’t going back in the bottle.

And this disgraced former NFL star made one move against Taylor Swift that he instantly regretted.

Former Pittsburgh Steelers and Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Antonio Brown is no stranger to scandals, but this time his outlandish antics are going too far. 

The former NFL player shared an AI-generated cartoon on social media featuring himself and pop sensation Taylor Swift in a romantic embrace on a football field. 

Brown faced swift backlash from the pop star’s fanbase – pun intended – as well as from concerned Americans who are worried about the dangers of artificial intelligence.

In the digitally-fabricated image, Brown, sporting a Pittsburgh Steelers uniform, locks lips with a figure resembling Swift, who dons a light blue cheerleader-style outfit. 

Accompanying the questionable post is Brown’s caption: “what these Swifties talkin bout?”

The photo, which Brown later deleted from his X account, ignited a firestorm of criticism from Swift’s fans.

The self-proclaimed “Swifties” wasted no time in calling out Brown for the problematic image, warning him of the quick and unified response he was bound to receive. 

One X user pleaded with Brown to delete the post, emphasizing, “Swifties don’t play. You still have time to delete this.”

Another user expressed concern for Brown’s future, ominously stating, “Good luck on the other side bro,” while a third bluntly exclaimed, “NOOOOOO YOURE COOKED.” 

The sentiment was clear: the fabricated photo was deemed inappropriate and offensive.

Despite the backlash, Brown has remained silent on the matter, choosing not to address the controversy or the criticism that followed. 

Meanwhile, neither Swift nor her reported boyfriend, Kansas City Chiefs’ Travis Kelce, have publicly commented on the situation.

This incident is not the first time Swift has been the target of AI-generated content. 

Earlier this year, the Grammy-winning artist faced similar issues when AI-generated, sexually explicit images of her surfaced on X, prompting the platform to temporarily restrict searches related to her name and other terms.

While Swift deals with the fallout from the AI-generated photo controversy, she continues to stay busy with her Eras Tour, captivating audiences worldwide with her electrifying performances. 

Recently, she wowed fans in Australia and Singapore before taking a well-deserved two-month hiatus.

As the dust settles on this latest controversy, it serves as a reminder that in the age of artificial technology, you can never totally trust what you see on the Internet. 

And as for Antonio Brown, he is probably realizing he messed with the wrong fan base.

US Political Daily will keep you updated on any developments to this ongoing story.