Tom Brady on how his Netflix Roast negatively affected his kids

Tom Brady on how his Netflix Roast negatively affected his kids

Tom Brady has some regrets about his Roast...

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Tom Brady has opened up about how his Netflix Roast negatively affected his loved ones. 

Speaking on the May 14 episode of 'The Pivot Podcast', Tom said his family was not impressed with the jokes that were made about his personal life, which also touched on his children. 

Tom says although he enjoyed the jokes, he now regrets the roast. 

"I loved when the jokes were about me," he said on the podcast. 

"I thought they were so fun. I didn't like the way that it affected my kids," he said. 

He added that he didn't "see the full picture at the time", but now he regrets his decision to go. 

"I wouldn't do that again," he added, "because of the way that it affected actually the people that I care about the most in the world."

However, Tom says the roast helped him become a better parent. 

"I'm gonna be a better parent as I go forward because of it."

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During the roast, which aired on May 5, Toms's failed relationships were at the center of the many jokes. 

"Seriously, Tom, you're the best to ever play for too long. You retired, then you came back and then you retired again, I get it, it's hard to walk away from something that's not your pregnant girlfriend, it's tough," Nikki Glaser said speaking about Tom's relationship to the mother of his son, Bridget Moynahan. The two split in 2006. 

Will Ferrell also teased Tom about his failed relationship.

"The last time this guy went truly deep, he ended up paying child support to Bridget Moynahan."

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