Gronk made his feelings known.

I wrote a story last week about the apartment that used to be leased by Rob Gronkowski while he was a Buc from 2020 to 2022. The unit is now available for sale for the paltry sum of $5.4 million dollars. At that time, I wasn’t aware of any drama surrounding the property, but it turns out, there is most definitely drama! The wrath of The Gronk is upon the landlord and we’ve got the whole story!
Let’s admit it, Ron Gronkowski is typically a pretty fun guy. He drunkenly catches trophies on boats full of hot women, makes funny commercials and wins…often. He genuinely seems like one of us. He’s so similar to us that he’s having problems with a former landlord. After learning that his previous landlord tried to use Gronk as a selling point for his property, the former Buccaneer got a bit peeved, launching insults about the high-end home.
The 4,400+ square feet townhouse is located in The Towers At Channelside. Gronk rented and lived in the beautiful home throughout his run with the Bucs. Things went sour after the landlord reportedly used the Gronk as a selling tool for the home after he vacated the property. That’s when Gronk got grumpy, calling the townhouse ‘a dump’ and saying it was the only option available at the time he needed a place. Gronk went on to say that he has no interest in being involved with the sale. In a recent Instagram post, Gronkowski used a screenshot of the landlord’s ad for the property and recommended that potential buyers steer clear of the man and his company. Source:

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