Mics Caught Tom Brady's NSFW Response to Jeff Ross's Joke About Robert Kraft

Tom Brady telling Jeff Ross not to tell an off-limits joke about New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft during the Netflix roast of the seven-time Super Bowl champion on Sunday night.
Tom Brady telling Jeff Ross not to tell an off-limits joke about New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft during the Netflix roast of the seven-time Super Bowl champion on Sunday night. / Screengrab Twitter @barstoolsports
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Tom Brady was a good sport during Sunday night's roast of the seven-time Super Bowl champion on Netflix, as the retired NFL quarterback laughed at many of the barbs thrown his way by comedians, ex-teammates and former opponents—and even told some good zingers himself.

But Brady was not a fan of every joke.

When comedian Jeff Ross told a joke about the 2019 massage parlor scandal involving New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, Brady was not pleased, and the three-time MVP proceeded to walk up to Ross to let him know not to say anything about the incident.

Netflix mics caught Brady's NSFW message to Ross.

Ross, imitating Brady in a conversation the longtime Patriots QB had with Kraft after the 2000 NFL draft, said, " 'I'm the best decision your organization has ever made.' "

Ross, then playing Kraft, responded.

" 'Would you like a massage?' "

After Ross was finished with the joke, Brady could be seen speaking into the comedian's ear.

"Don't say that s**t again," Brady said.

Kraft, owner of the Patriots since January of 1994, became embroiled in controversy when he was hit with two charges of soliciting another to commit prostitution after police surveillance videos of the NFL owner at a massage parlor in Jupiter, Fl surfaced. The Patriots owner was cleared of the charges, but it's apparent that it's still a sore subject for Brady.


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Tim Capurso

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