Tom Brady Makes Massage Parlor Joke In Paul Rudd’s New Netflix Show Amid Robert Kraft Prostitution Scandal


Tom Brady apparently has a good sense of humor and absolutely no chill.

This weekend Brady appeared in a cameo In Paul Rudd’s new Netflix comedy “Living With Yourself”. In the scene, a refreshed Brady walks out of a shady strip-mall day spa dubbed the “Top Happy Spa.” and has a brief back-and-forth chat with Rudd, who is sitting in his car thinking about going into the spa.

Fans were pretty shocked at the cameo considering the whole Robert Kraft massage parlor prostitution case is still ongoing in Florida.

According to show creator Timothy Greenberg the scene with Brady was actually was written more than four years ago but was filmed recently,

After the Pats owner Robert Kraft was engulfed in a massage parlor prostitution scandal earlier this year Greenberg thought Brady would back out of the project but instead, the QB decided to film the scene anyways.

Via Refinery 29

“During this waiting period [to shoot the scene], news also broke that had [Greenberg] convinced they were going to lose Brady. In [2019], Patriots owner Robert Kraft was charged with soliciting a sex worker at a day spa in a strip mall ‘that looked almost exactly like what we were shooting. Like, I would have used it as a reference photo,’ Greenberg admits. ‘So we’re like, ‘Alright, this is clearly not going to happen now.’”

In the end, it did. After the Patriots won [Super Bowl LII], Greenberg, Rudd, and the crew headed up to Boston to shoot the cameo in a parking lot.

“Paul and I were talking football with him for a good hour,” Greenberg says. “It was really super cool and again, I’m a Jets fan so I had mixed feelings, but he’s also the greatest quarterback of all time.”

Greenberg still doesn’t know why the GOAT agreed to do his show, and he’s fine with never knowing.

Only Tom Brady would be able to get away this and not piss off his owner.

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