Last month, it was reported that Tom Brady was in talks with Netflix to be the center of a roast special.
Although he plans on doing it, he has a demand for everybody who plans on roasting him. Brady has demanded there be no jokes about his divorce from ex-wife Gisele Bundchen, according to a report from Radar Online.
“Tom is fine being the butt of jokes. Say whatever you want about him—but not about his family It’s the one rule that’s nonnegotiable.”
There were initial reports that claimed the 45-year-old wanted to try his hand at being a comedian, but an insider told Radar Online that he has zero intention of performing his own material but will be the subject of a roast.
Brady is used to being the center of attention outside of football. He hosted “Saturday Night Live” in 2005 months after winning his third Super Bowl with the Patriots. He also made brief cameos “Ted 2” and Paul Rudd’s Netflix series, “Living With Yourself” in 2019. He also has his own movie out, called, 80 for Brady.
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This roast comes one month after he and the Buccaneers were ousted from the playoffs by the Cowboys in the wild-card round. He would end his career in an emotional released video while he sat on a beach.
In October, he and Gisele announced on social media that they finalized their divorce after 13 years of marriage.
Brady and Bündchen co-parent their two children.
Brady, who signed a 10-year, $375 million deal with Fox Sports in May, said he plans to join the network as its top NFL analyst in 2024.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.