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Tom Brady Gets The Last Laugh On Instagram

Tom Brady has plenty haters, and now that he’s a 7-time Super Bowl champion after last night’s win over the Chiefs–he’s taking time to show off to them.

“Many men…wish death upon me. I’m tryin’ to be what I’m destined to be…and ****** tryin’ to take my life away,” the lyrics say.

He has enough self-awareness to understand he’s got haters, yet he’s even more aware that he’s winning this war. As a matter of fact, he may have just delivered the knockout punch.

Brady was always a character off the field, but now he’s the greatest troll on earth. He backs every bit of his talking up and does it with a smirk on his chiseled face. It doesn’t hurt that he goes home to Gisele Bundchen, either.

If you don’t like Tom Brady or you’re still making excuses about the officials, maybe it’s time for you to stay off the internet for a bit. It’s not safe right now.

Also quick easter egg on his post. 50 Cent also supported Donald Trump back in November, so maybe there was some strategy there as well?

Written by Gary Sheffield, Jr

Gary Sheffield Jr is the son of should-be MLB Hall of Famer, Gary Sheffield. He covers basketball and baseball for OutKick.com, chats with the Purple and Gold faithful on LakersNation, and shitposts on Twitter. You can follow him at GarySheffieldJr

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  1. He’s always had a chip on the shoulder, even with all the success…maybe the chip is the reason for the success. Haters will say “he was only drafted #199 in 2000”, but they forget (or don’t know) that he was 3rd string at Michigan behind Brian Griese when he got there, and Griese won/shared the National Championship in 1997.
    Brady was penciled in as the starter his junior year but then local 2-sport hero/stud Drew Henson showed up to fight for the job and split the starts til halfway thru the season when Brady won the job. Henson quit football and signed with the NY Yankees as a can’t miss 3B.
    Brady won the Big10 his senior year and beat Alabama in OT in the Orange Bowl in 1999 throwing for 369 and 4 TDs…a not too shabby ending to his college career, but then the snub in the NFL draft.

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