Kim Kardashian Roasts Former Buccaneers QB Tom Brady, Addresses Dating Rumors

Netflix hosted a special last night of The Greatest Roast of All Time, aimed at the greatest quarterback of all time, former Buccaneers and Patriots QB Tom Brady.

The Roast primarily focused on Brady’s time in New England with all the controversies that arose during his time there (Deflategate, Spygate, his relationship with Bill Belichick) and featured several of his former teammates, including Rob Gronkowski, Drew Bledsoe, Julian Edelman and Randy Moss to name a few.

Brady also had a few of his former Bucs teammates in attendance, Lavonte David, Breshad Perriman, Donovan Smith and Ryan Jensen.

Many guests also made appearances from outside the football world as comedians Kevin Hart, Jeff Ross, Bert Kreischer, Tom Segura, Sam Jay, Tony Hinchcliffe and Nikki Glaser all put their best lines to work for Brady. UFC founder Dana White, Patriots owner Robert Kraft, and even Kim Kardashian also made appearances.

That last name mentioned may come as a bit of a surprise, but after Brady’s divorce from Gisele, rumors spread that Brady and Kardashian had been seeing each other. During her “toast,” Kim K took advantage of the situation by addressing dating rumors and going after Brady with her stepmom Caitlyn Jenner.

Don’t worry though, when it was Brady’s turn to turn on the mic, he made sure to return the favor to Kim by taking a photo of her former husband and father of her children, Kanye West.

Speculation regarding Brady and Kardashian’s relationship may have only grown after the Netflix special aired live. However, it was nice to see Brady being a great sport with everything thrown at him.

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