Tom Brady appears shirtless in video promoting clothing brand

Tom Brady almost broke the internet as he appeared shirtless on a video promoting his clothing brand. The apparently humorous video became more of a trending video as it showcased his fit and ripped body that sent fans into raptures, making the video viral. The Brady video was released on Thursday, April 7, on Instagram.

 



The video clip shows a shirtless Brady talking to someone who cannot be seen. The image focuses on his fit body including his pecs, biceps and shoulders. Later, in the video, he puts the phone on the ground, revealing that his quads are ripped, as well. He soon steps on the phone and appears wearing a Brady brand jacket.

His clothing line was officially launched in January 2022. The jacket he was promoting has a cost of $145. The “Zero Weight Train Track Jacket” is trendy but it might have been the shirtless images that made it trend Thursday.



At the end of the video, the #12 quarterback of the Buccaneers revealed that he had broken his phone screen as he had stomped on it for the shoot.

He said, “We broke the screen bro. Brady Brand. My Zero Weight Track Jacket. It looks pretty great—that’s what we are trying to sell here.” He also added that he had “to get a new phone.” The video was reportedly shot in his home gym.

The BRADY brand site describes the jacket as one that could be worn both for an “early morning hustle and the late night grind.” It also lists other features including materials, sizes, colors and care instructions. If the jacket gets as many sales as the video got hits, the quarterback would add millions more, to his wealth.

Earlier, 44-year old Tom Brady made headlines when he spoke of retiring from football. Within weeks, he came back from retirement and said that he would continue playing for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. His Thursday video shows that he is definitely fit to play again.

(Photo/Credit: Instagram Tom Brady)


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