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Tom Brady roasters were given one rule they had to follow and they still broke it

Tom Brady roasters were given one rule they had to follow and they still broke it

There is one particular celebrity that broke the golden rule at Tom Brady's roast

Those who decided to roast Tom Brady over the weekend had one golden rule that all had to follow.

Well, a certain individual decided to break just that.

Held at the Kia Forum in Los Angeles, Netflix's The Roast of Tom Brady has been watched by many in recent days.

It took place on Sunday (May 5) evening, and was broadcasted live, completely unedited on the popular streaming platform.

Many famous faces were in attendance ready to give it their all, including Ben Affleck and Kim Kardashian.

While there were a lot of risky jokes during the roast sesh, there was one particular joke that was off bounds.

Roasters were told explicitly not to make any happy ending jokes, a directive that Jeff Ross decided to ignore.

Comedian Andrew Schulz, who was a part of the Netflix show, has provided a sneak peek into the behind the scenes stuff.

Tom Brady's roast took place over the weekend. (Elyse Jankowski/FilmMagic)
Tom Brady's roast took place over the weekend. (Elyse Jankowski/FilmMagic)

And while many thought the whole interaction was all planned, Schulz reckons it was in fact real.

Speaking on the Flagrant podcast show, he said: "I think that was 100% real. The reason why I think it's real is because they told us no jokes about happy endings with Robert Kraft."

So, what exactly was the joke Ross told.

Well, he began: "On the first day of training camp that scrawny rookie famously walked into the owner Robert Kraft's office and said, 'I'm the best decision your organization has ever made'."

Ross then paused for applause, before delivering the body blow... "Would you like a massage?" he said as the crowd both laughed and gasped.

The comedian's mention of a massage refers to two charges of soliciting prostitution Kraft faced back in 2019, which saw him accused of paying for sex at a massage parlor in Florida.

The joke was certainly risky. (Netflix)
The joke was certainly risky. (Netflix)

Kraft pleaded not guilty at the time and issued a public apology. The charges against him were later dropped.

Ross' mention of it was the one roast during the whole comedy show which Brady drew the line at.

The former NFL player was seen rising from his seat at the side of the stage and walking over to Ross to tell him: "Don't say that s**t again."

Before moving swiftly on, Ross responded: "Ok. Okay. He's having fun, look at him. I love what you do for the Jews, Robert Kraft. You're incredible."

All seemed well at the end of Ross' set, as the pair embraced both sporting smiles.

Featured Image Credit: Netflix

Topics: Film and TV, NFL, Netflix, US News, Tom Brady