Tom Brady Blasted For Saying Janet Jackson’s Notorious Tremendous Bowl Wardrobe Malfunction Was ‘Good’ For The NFL!

Tom Brady may remorse his ideas on the 2004 “nipplegate” on the Tremendous Bowl Halftime Present.

For individuals who want a refresher on the incident, Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake have been on stage performing his hit tune Rock Your Physique when he abruptly ripped a part of Janet’s costume and uncovered her breast to thousands and thousands of viewers. Following the incident, the 56-year-old singer took a lot of the blame and backlash for years – which tremendously impacted her profession. A Hulu documentary, titled Malfunction: The Dressing Down of Janet Jackson, even prompt former CBS head exec Les Moonves stopped her from getting alternatives and derailed her profession after she refused to apologize to him in particular person for the scandal.

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In the meantime, Justin carried on within the trade with no drawback. It wasn’t till 2021 that he even apologized to Janet and Britney Spears after dealing with backlash following the discharge of the Framing Britney Spears documentary. The 42-year-old actor mentioned on the time:

“I perceive that I fell brief in these moments and in lots of others and benefited from a system that condones misogyny and racism. I particularly wish to apologize to Britney Spears and Janet Jackson each individually, as a result of I look after and respect these ladies and I do know I failed.”

Now, right here is the place Tom comes into the image years later. Regardless of Janet dealing with a lot scrutiny, the previous soccer participant disregarded the entire wardrobe malfunction incident, saying it was a “good factor.” Tom remarked on the Monday episode of his Let’s Go! podcast:

“I feel ultimately, it was most likely a great factor for the NFL as a result of everybody obtained to speak about it. It was simply extra publicity and extra publicity for halftime reveals. Is any publicity unhealthy publicity? That’s what they are saying, so who is aware of?”

Is he severely saying the scenario was nice publicity for the NFL, a male-led sport, though it got here on the expense of a lady’s profession and repute?! F**ked up, dude. Unsurprisingly, folks on social media slammed Tom for being insensitive to all the pieces the Rhythm Nation artist went by means of. See a few of the Twitter reactions (under):

“Janet Jackson confronted public humiliation and outright misogynoir leading to her getting blacklisted by the previous CEO of CBS, however Tom Brady thinks all of that was okay as a result of all publicity is sweet publicity. Sick.”

“Tom Brady: ‘Janet Jackson was good for the NFL, as a result of it had folks speaking about it.’ F’d up factor to say. She was black listed from so many media shops, award reveals, MTV, VH1 And so forth… She was the scapegoat for all of it, however yeah, go forward Tom shoutout the NFL for benefiting.”

“I assume to hell with what @JanetJackson went by means of, proper @TomBrady?”

“I don’t suppose he understands the quantity of shit she went by means of after that backlash. That remark was too superficial and shallow.”

“So a black girl’s profession and repute is broken and she or he was taunted for quite a lot of years by the mainstream media however you realize what, it was good for the NFL?! Clearly too many knocks to his head.”

“????? He must be ashamed for treating Janet’s trauma like that.”

“Janet’s profession and legacy was practically DESTROYED as a result of incident, and the ONLY factor Tom Brady can converse on NOW after 19 years is the publicity of the NFL?”

Tom hasn’t addressed the backlash, however right here’s hoping he takes a second to study and perceive why what he mentioned was tousled earlier than issuing some kind of assertion. Reactions, Perezcious readers? Tell us within the feedback under.

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