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ESPN Analyst Ryan Clark Clearly Wants Smoke Debating Chris Brown Is ‘More Talented’ Than Michael Jackson

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ESPN analyst Ryan Clark clearly wants to tussle online after he brazenly tweeted R&B crooner Chris Brownis “more talented” than global musical icon Michael Jackson.You know fans gave him the business. More inside…

Former NFL safety-turned-ESPN analyst Ryan Clark woke up Monday morning and boldly decided to choose violence.

The retired Super Bowl XLIII champion - who co-hosts “The Pivot Podcast” - tweeted Grammy-winning singer Chris Brown is “more talented” than the late King of Pop, Michael Jackson.THEE Michael Jackson.

”Chris Brown is more talented than Michael Jackson… there I said it! Have a great week,” he tweeted, KNOWING how folks like to tussle online.

 

 

 

 

As expected, Twitter users started dragging him for his unpopular opinion, but that didn’t stop the former Pittsburgh Steelers player from backing down.

 

”I do not care!! You out [sic] CB and MJ in the talent Olympics Chris Brown wins,” he tweeted in response to the backlash.

To further explain his thinking, Ryan used his CB vs. MJ debate in comparison to legendary NFL quarterbacks Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers.

”Guys!! Michael Jackson is an Icon. He’s the [goat emoji]… With that being said I believe skill for skill Chris Brown is more talented. Just like @TomBrady is the [goat emoji] but I believe @AaronRodgers12 is more talented.”

Ehhh...if MJ didn’t invent the moves CB is doing then he might have an argument.

It seems the debate may have been sparked by a new video of Breezy freestyling some dance moves:

Breezy has been heavy on social media as he gears up for the release of his new album, titled Breezy, which will feature 23 new tracks:

Just in time for summer, Breezy drops June 24th.

BONUS:

"The Pivot Podcast" co-hosts Ryan Clark, Channing Crowder and FredTaylor appeared on Power 105's "The Breakfast Club" to chop it up about shaking up athlete-media, unfiltered banter, mental health conversations and more. Take a listen above.

Photos: AP Photo/Rusty Kennedy, File/Kathy Hutchins/Shutterstock


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