The Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ legendary quarterback Tom Brady didn’t limit himself to spending family moments with his three kids after putting an end to his 23-season career in February this year. The California Cool shortly enlisted his name as the minority owner of football franchises.
Nevertheless, Brady‘s business acumen didn’t turn out successful all the time as we already have seen how the NFL GOAT had to undergo a huge financial loss after being an ambassador for the cryptocurrency exchange FTX. Amid the ongoing discussion, the 45-year-old once again made fans burst into laughter by reaching an Instagram page to correct some information regarding his watch.
Tom Brady reaches out IG page via DM for correction
Fanatics CEO Michael Rubin has recently arranged a massive white-out party in the Hamptons, and TB12 was among a list of renowned celebrities like Kim Kardashian, Beyoncé, Jay-Z, James Harden, Kylian Mbappé, and Leonardo DiCaprio. The Bucs star wore the Patek Phillipe Nautilus ‘Jumbo’ 3700 at the party.
The Instagram page InsaneLuxuryVintage posted his piece is “the only Nautilus 3700 (the first reference) made with a prototype white dial, nicknamed ‘Albino’ by watch collectors.”
The funniest thing here is that the page at first posted the wrong picture of Tom’s watch, and he actually sent DMs to notify them about their mistake. The authority later posted the correct watch details along with the screenshot of the QB’s message.
Brady recently suffered a $30 million loss through FTX collapse
According to a report by The New York Times, the retired NFL star invested $30 million in FTX, and he, along with his ex-wife Gisele Bündchen had to lose $48 million as it collapsed. The couple got involved with FTX back in 2021 and appeared in multiple commercials. They also made frequent social media posts for the company, as well as attended conferences alongside its CEO, Sam Bankman-Fried.
The duo also had to face legal battles following allegations from the company’s customers in the class-action lawsuit along with other celebrities including Shaquille O Neal, Udonis Haslem, Naomi Osaka, Larru Dacid, William Trevor Lawrence, and Shohei Ohtani. Alongside the seven-time Super Bowl champion, Shark Tank star Kevin O’Leary also lost $11 million following the FTX’s debacle. The lawsuit was filed in federal court in Florida.
“None of these defendants performed any due diligence prior to marketing these FTX products to the public,” per the lawsuit amassed by the Times.
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