As a seven-time Super Bowl Champion, Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady is no stranger to the intense parties that occur after the event. However, it was recently brought to the public’s attention that notable rapper Snoop Dogg is often in attendance at these riveting celebrations.
The 49-year-old songwriter sat alongside the 44-yar-old NFL star during the SiriusXM podcast, Let’s Go! With Tom Brady, Larry Fitzgerald, and Jim Gray. Within the contents of the episode, explicit stories were shared in detail with absolutely no filter. In fact, Brady even admitted on the air that he brought his son Jack, who was 11 at the time, to a party that was definitely not suited for children.
“It was midnight. It was in our hotel. So, we had this special spot on the stage. Snoop had a pole up and there was some girls, they were clothed,” he explained with a laugh, recalling the New England Patriots 2019 post-Super Bowl win party. He then added, “But, at the same time, there was a pole and my son… he had his eyes open and he was listening to music. And I said, ‘Jack, cover your eyes.’ “
Despite trying to protect the innocence of his son, Jack went on to reassure his father that he could handle the night. “And he goes, ‘Dad, I’m good. I’m good,'” Brady recalled fondly.
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“So, it’s two in the morning. And we are having the time of our life [sic], and I’m like, ‘Holy cow. If he tells his mother, I ain’t going to see this kid for a long time,’ ” the athlete continued with his hilarious story.
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Snoop Dogg did not deny this story, either. In fact, he went on to confirm that he was an avid supporter of Patriots parties, revealing that he showed up to nearly every post-Super Bowl extravaganza. “Every Super Bowl that you were a part of in New England, I was at the party. I partied with you. Everyone — despite being a Steelers fan — I showed up for my Patriots. I showed up [for] TB and Mr. [Robert] Kraft and them, and I was performing. I was hanging out,” the Grammy-nominated rapper commented.
He went on to reinforce the notion, “I was doing everything [I] needed to be a part of the Patriot family.”
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