“Jack cover your eyes” – Tom Brady reveals advice he gave his son after Super Bowl 2019 win

Tom Brady revealed an incident involving his son at the Super Bowl 2019 after party.

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Tom Brady with his son

A Tom Brady inspired New England Patriots defeated the Los Angeles Rams on the 3rd of February at the 2019 Super Bowl. The celebrations were wild following the victory. It continued at the hotel with Snoop Dogg and others leading the same. Brady had his son Jack (born to Bridget Moynahan – his ex) with him. He was 11 years old back then.

In the recent episode of Let’s Go! with Tom Brady, Larry Fitzgerald and Jim Gray podcast on Sirius XM, Brady reminisced about the incident with guest Snoop Dogg. He revealed how the girls, Snoop Dogg had with him that night had him (Brady) in a spot of bother since he had his son with him.

Since there was a pole present at the center of the stage, Brady had asked his son to shut his eyes. The GOAT then goes on to reveal how his son had somehow convinced him to stay at the party.

Brady said, “The game ended pretty late, so it was midnight. It was in our hotel. So we had this little special spot on the stage. Snoop had a pole up, and there was some girls—they were clothed—but at the same time, there was a pole. Jack had his eyes open, and he was listening to music. And I said, ‘Jack, cover your eyes.’ And he goes, ‘Dad, I’m good. I’m good.'” [via EOnline]

Brady then divulged how he was scared about the same reaching the ears of his ex-wife Bridget Monayhan: “It’s two in the morning, and we are having the time of our life, and I’m like, ‘Holy cow. If he tells his mother, I ain’t going to see this kid for a long time.'”

Since then Brady has come a long way. His son Jack is 14 now. Brady, has won yet another ring with a different team. He joined the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2020, and guided them to a Super Bowl win in the 2020 NFL season. They have been performing pretty well in the ongoing 2021 NFL season as well.

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