In a series of tweets shared on Wednesday, Antonio Brown called out Tom Brady and his TB12 trainer Alex Guerrero.

“Alex Guerra You think i won’t have u smacked at TB12 boy stop playing with me ! Boy getting paid by bucks n taking players money too,” Brown wrote. 

“Tom brady manipulate the game gets 14 days go home get his mind rt lol. Now u see the difference. Put that Shit on. … Still no justice for the real,” Brown added. 

“Still no justice for the Real,” Brown concluded.

Brown’s comments come after it was reported that Brady left Bucs training camp to deal with a personal matter, which Brown appears to think qualifies as special treatment. 

This also isn’t the first time that Brown ahs criticized Guerrero, who he accused of essentially stealing money from him after he broke off his relationship with Brady’s go-to trainer. “Guy chargin me 100k never doing the work on me!” he said alongside a screenshot of his text messages between him and Guerrero in January. “How u even work wit people like this! This what I was dealing wit.”

Brown has also been critical of Brady in the past, despite the fact that they’ve been on friendly terms in the past. “If Tom Brady is my boy why am I playing for an earnest salary?” AB said in an interview back in January. “You’re my boy though, right? Gronkowski is his boy, right? How much is he getting paid? So why is AB on a prove-it deal? Who’s better than me over there? Let’s be real.”

Earlier this month, Brown confirmed that he hasn’t spoken to his former teammate recently. “No,” he replied when asked by TMZ Sports if he had spoken with Brady. “But tell [Brady] I miss the passes. I’m still open, look show it, show it, I’m still open, show the fit.” Brown also shared a quick message to Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, telling him to “call me, maybe.” Leaving the mystery as to which team he hopes to sign to, he was asked where he might end up and replied, “In the sky.”

Brown’s latest comments arrive less than a day after he linked up with Kanye West again. In February, Brown said he’s the president of Ye’s sports organization, Donda Sports