Most sports fans presumably have a strong opinion about Tom Brady, and apparently, a number of them are not afraid to voice said opinions via social media.
The legendary quarterback, considered by some pundits to be the greatest quarterback to ever play in the NFL, participated in a pre-Super Bowl edition of Jimmy Kimmel Live's popular mean-tweets segment on Thursday, Feb. 4.
Proving he's a good sport, the 43-year-old Tampa Bay Buccaneers star responded to a number of unkind tweets prior to his team taking on Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs for Super Bowl LV on Sunday, Feb. 7. The Weeknd is set to perform the famed halftime show.
One of the tweets even referenced Tom's bedroom life with wife Gisele Bündchen. "F--k you Tom Brady," a fan wrote in apparent response to a game that took place earlier in the season. "I hope this loss depresses you so bad that you can hardly have sex with your supermodel wife in your giant mansion."
This led the six-time NFL champion to pantomime zipping his lips with a sly smile. "I have no comment to that," he quipped.
Things took a bit of a dark turn toward the end of the segment when an individual wished for trouble for one of Tom's adorable pet pooches.
"F--k you Tom Brady," the message began, which appeared to be a popular method for starting these tweets. "I hope your dog eats chocolate and gets really sick and throws up on your socks."
At that, Tom appeared to put his (vomit-free) foot down. "That's f--ked up," he said to the camera.
Even host Jimmy Kimmel noticed Tom's change in tone. "That's Tom line, and you crossed it," Jimmy said afterward.
Check out the tweets, including one about Tom's chin that seemed to puzzle the athlete, in the above video.