New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady apparently can cast both shadow and launch perfect spirals across the field, but fans think the goal this time is team owner Robert Kraft.
In the new Netflix series & # 39; Living With Yourself & # 39; starring Paul Rudd, Brady makes an unexpected cameo in a massage parlor called & # 39; Top Happy Spa & # 39 ;.
In the cameo, Rudd & # 39; s character is sitting outside the massage parlor and considering taking the plunge.
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (photo) has a cameo in the Netflix show & # 39; Living With Yourself & # 39; who has become viral on social media
The clip, with a massage parlor (photo), made some fans believe it was a minor blow to the recent scandal of Patriot owner Robert Kraft
Seconds later, a relaxed Brady walks out of the salon doors before nodding at Rudd.
& # 39; First time? & # 39; Brady asks with a smile.
& # 39; Uh Huh. You? & # 39; Rudd answers.
& # 39; Sixth, & # 39; says Brady as he gets into his car.
Twitter burst out Friday night with people speculating that this was a funny excavation at Kraft.
Earlier this year, Kraft (photo) was picked up as one of the various clients who wanted prostitute services in Jupiter, Florida,
In 2019, it was announced in a bomb report that the 77-year-old billionaire was arrested for requesting sex from prostitutes in an Asian massage parlor in Florida.
It was reported that Kraft visited a prostitute twice at Orchids or Asia Day Spa in Jupiter.
He was one of 25 suspect customers whose names were released as part of a six-month human trafficking investigation.
Allegedly Kraft visited the massage parlor just hours before the Patriots defeated Kansas City in the playoffs.
Pictured: Brady (left) and Kraft (right) cuddling at Gillette Stadium in Massachusetts
But excited fans have taken the scene out of context, according to Brady.
During an interview in the dressing room on Saturday, Brady explained that the joke was not aimed at Kraft, and he took a light blow to reporters in the room.
& # 39; That was not the point. I think it was taken out of context, just as if you were taking it out of context and trying to make it a story for yourself. That has a negative connotation, & he said in one clamp from reporter Mark Daniels.
& # 39; It was meant to be something other than that. & # 39;
He later doubled and pointed to the & # 39; atmosphere of guilt and shame & # 39 ;.
& # 39; I think many things have been taken out of the context that you chose to make a headline, as opposed to understanding what it's all about. & # 39;
& # 39; It's a shame people would choose to think that I would ever do something like that to Mr. Kraft. I think it is a very bad estimate of my relationship with him. & # 39;
In a dressing room interview on Saturday, Brady cleared up the rumors and explained that the clip & # 39; from the context & # 39; was taken
Brady says that the clip did not generate bad blood between the two and noted that they have known each other for 20 years.
Show maker and writer Timothy Greenberg supports Brady & # 39; s point in an interview with Refinery 29.
Greenberg contacted Brady & # 39; s team after he wrote him in the script four years ago and could not believe when the football legend agreed to do it.
Unfortunately it was in the middle of the football season.
Greenfield said: & # 39; So we were waiting and waiting for the Patriots to finish their run and then they did indeed win again. & # 39;
During this time, the Kraft scandal blew wide open and Greenfield was convinced that Brady would return from his cameo.
Moreover, the comic strip center where they were shooting had a creepy resemblance to Kraft's visit.
& # 39; For example, I would have used it as a reference photo, & # 39; said Greenfield. & # 39; So we are from: & # 39; Okay, this is clearly not going to happen & # 39;. & # 39;
Anyway, Brady still shot the scene and Greenfield was ecstatic.
& # 39; When I wrote the script, I thought: & # 39; This is a man who seems timeless and he still performs so well because he is 37 years old and he just won his fourth Super Bowl & # 39;. & # 39;
"Four years later, the man is now 41 and has won six Super Bowls. He just won another Super Bowl!"
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