Tom Brady Says He’ll ‘Never Live’ Drunk Photos Down After Boston Red Sox Troll Him

by Quentin Blount
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A Boston Red Sox player decided to join in on the Tom Brady trolling over the weekend when he arrived at spring training over the weekend.

As most fans know by now, the 43-year-old Brady made history this year, winning his 7th Super Bowl and becoming the oldest player to ever start a Super Bowl game. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback led his team to a win over Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs.

And just a few days after the big game, Brady and his Buccaneer teammates had some fun. They held a “boat parade” to celebrate the franchise’s second Super Bowl win. And one of the results from that party was a viral video showing an intoxicated Tom Brady stumbling off of his boat.

Evidently, the video prompted Red Sox designated hitter J.D. Martinez to have some fun at Brady’s expense. He arrived at spring training in Florida rocking a custom T-shirt with Brady’s infamous boat moment on the front. The Boston Red Sox official Twitter account also joined in on the fun. They tweeted a photo of Martinez arriving at training with a drunken caption of their own.

“Noting to see her…just litTle sPrInG tRaInInG,” the Red Sox account jokingly posted.

Brady, the former New England legend, responded to the Red Sox tweet later on Sunday night.

“Lol…I will never live this down,” Brady wrote on Twitter.

He’s more than likely not wrong. When you’re as high-profile as a person as Tom Brady is, everything you say and do is under a microscope. However, it’s safe to say we’ll remember his seven Super Bowl wins more than him getting drunk at a boat party.

Tom Brady Trolls Himself After Drunk Video Surfaces

Tom Brady likely knows he will never live his drunken moment down. He even admitted as much. But the best thing to do when something embarrassing happens? Make fun of yourself.

It wasn’t long after the boat parade had ended that videos of Brady and his teammates started surfacing on social media. “Drunk Tom Brady” even started to trend on Twitter. Realizing as much, the star quarterback himself joined in and made fun of himself, sharing the video of him intoxicated.

“Noting to see her…just litTle avoCado tequila,” Brady hilariously tweeted.

Of course, that wasn’t the only memorable moment from the boat parade. Brady thought it would be a good idea to hurl the coveted Lombardi Trophy across the water to his teammates on another boat.

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