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Furious Kim Kardashian booed at Tom Brady roast on Netflix

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Kim Kardashian certainly has her enemies.

The reality star, 43, was booed by the audience during Netflix’s live special “The Roast of Tom Brady” on Sunday night.

Kardashian took the stage in a black dress and a glass of champagne in hand, ready to make fun of Tom Brady.

Kim Kardashian and Jeff Ross at Netflix’s Tom Brady Roast Special Getty Images for Netflix

But as she began to address fellow presenter Kevin Hart, she was booed by the crowd at the Kia Forum in Los Angeles.

Kardashian looked both angry and uncomfortable with the negative response to her appearance at the event.

“Very good, very good, very good,” she said awkwardly to the crowd.

Hart, 44, could be heard off-camera saying “whoa,” over and over again.

Kim Kardashian gets booed by crowd at Tom Brady roast Netflix

However, the boos subsided and were overwhelmed by cheers for Kardashian, prompting her to continue her speech.

Kardashian addressed rumors that she and Brady, 46, were dating.

“Speaking of Tom and I dating, I know there were rumors that we were and I would never say that if we did or not I would just release the tape,” she joked .

The two stars tied the knot in July 2023 after they both attended Michael Rubin’s white 4th of July party in the Hamptons.

At the time, Page Six reported that Kardashian and Brady “spoke only briefly” at the party and were just “friends.”

Tom Brady reacts to Kim Kardashian’s speech during his Netflix special

During the roast, Kardashian also hilariously compared Brady to her former beau and Olympic champion Caitlyn Jenner.

“I know the transition from the NFL must have been very difficult, but I think my stepfather is a great example of you,” she said. “She is one of the greatest athletes in the world who has proven that you can do anything in this next chapter. You can become a commentator, a far-right Republican, or even a strong, confident woman.

The “American Horror Story” actress concluded her three-minute speech with some farewell words for Brady, who retired from the NFL in February 2023.

“I’m just here tonight to support you and celebrate you. I’m going to give you the same advice I give to all my exes: good luck knowing that the best is behind you,” she joked.

Kim Kardashian roasts Tom Brady at the Kia Forum in Los Angeles Getty Images for Netflix

Later in the roast, Brady took the stage and directed insults back at some of the presenters, including Kardashian.

He savagely burned Kardashian when talking about her ex-husband, Kanye West.

“I know Kim was terrified to be here tonight. Not because of that, but because his children are at home with their father,” he said.

Kardashian shook her head and awkwardly laughed at Brady’s callous joke.

The crowd, meanwhile, gasped and then applauded after West, 46, was brought up.

Tom Brady attends “The Greatest Roast of All Time: Tom Brady” on May 5 Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP

Kardashian split from the controversial rapper in 2022 after six years of marriage.

The exes have four children.

Kardashian dated comedian Pete Davidson for nine months after the divorce. She was recently linked to NFL star Odell Beckham Jr.




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