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YouTube star Speed had a very important question for former American football star Tom Brady.
A host of celebrities and social media stars were in attendance at Dana White’s Power Slap event in Las Vegas, including Speed, Adin Ross and Kai Cenat.
Among notable attendees was NFL legend Tom Brady, who graced the pre-Super Bowl 58 event at Allegiant Stadium.
During the event, Speed asked Brady a timeless football question: Ronaldo or Messi?
‘How are you Tom Brady? I have one thing. Ronaldo or Messi? the YouTube star asked.
Speed asked Tom Brady to choose between Portuguese star Ronaldo and World Cup winner Lionel Messi
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Lionel Messi’s MLS side Inter Miami recently succumbed to a 6-0 loss to Al-Nassr.
Speed is a Ronaldo fan and had already attended Old Trafford to watch the number seven star.
The NFL legend controversially responded that he “couldn’t choose” between the two football stars.
‘Ronaldo or Messi? I can’t choose,’ he replied, before asking Speed himself to choose, who responded with the Al-Nassr player’s iconic ‘Siu’ celebration.
Speed recently attended Inter Miami’s match against Al-Nassr in which Lionel Messi’s team lost 6-0.
Goals from Otávio, Mohammed Maran, a hat-trick from Talisca and a scandalous goal from Aymeric Laporte from inside his own half sank the MLS team.
Messi was substituted in the 83rd minute and Ronaldo was unable to attend due to a muscle injury.
However, the 19-year-old took the opportunity to finish off the American team. Speed came to the game wearing the Al-Nassr jersey and greeted the Miami team with players like Luis Suárez, Jordi Alba and Sergio Busquets.
The teenager proudly stood up from his seat and booed the World Cup winner, criticized an Al-Nassr player for shaking his hand and exclaimed his trademark phrase: “Ronaldo better.”