Report:Rory McIlroylaughs about the Tom Brady roast on the range at Wells Fargo as golf star reenacts Nikki Glaser’s brutal Rob Gronkowski joke

Report:Rory McIlroylaughs about the Tom Brady roast on the range at Wells Fargo as golf star reenacts Nikki Glaser’s brutal Rob Gronkowski joke

While practicing on the range at the Wells Fargo Championship this week, McIlroy was heard laughing about the live Netflix special – which saw Brady and other high-profile figures take turns in roasting each other – and reenacting one of the jokes on the night.

In a video shared by the PGA Tour on X, the golf star appears to be discussing the roast with one of his caddies before he recalls American comedian Nikki Glaser’s brutal dig at former New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski.

‘They were making fun about Brady and the crypto stuff, because he lost like $30million or whatever,’ he says.

‘And they said something like, “even Gronk knew crypto was a fraud… Gronk know that not real money!”‘

The hilarious gag from Glaser – who was poking fun at Gronkowski’s intelligence – tickled McIlroy before he continued with his range session.

While other famous faces on stage and in the crowd were also ridiculed, it was Brady, of course, who was targeted most at the Netflix event, with the legendary ex-Patriots quarterback mocked over his divorce with ex-wife Gisele Bundchen.

Glaser even joked about Bundchen, who Brady separated with in 2022 after 13 years of marriage, and her subsequent relationship with jiu-jitsu trainer Joaquim Valente.

‘Tom, the only thing dumber than you saying “yes” to this roast was when you said, “Hey babe, you should try jiu-jitsu,”‘ she said.

At another point, she added: ‘You have seven rings… well, eight now that Gisele gave hers back.’

After the roast, Glaser revealed she had an awkward encounter with Brady in the hallway at Kia Forum.

‘Brady didn’t go to the afterparty. He was out of there ’cause I think he’s a busy guy… but yeah, he didn’t go,’ she said on the Pat McAfee show.

Brady was roasted by Glaser and several other high-profile figures in the live Netflix special

‘He was on his way out, right? I ran into him in the hallway and said: ”Hey, thanks for having me again.” We didn’t meet before the show. I only met him after I got done with my set and gave him a hug and said ”thank you” after telling him horrible things about himself. 

But then, afterwards, I ran into him in the hall, and I was like: ”Thank you so much. Thanks for having me!” And really quickly he just goes: ”You did a great job, good luck with everything.” 

‘Which is pretty much like saying: ”I’ll never see you again and don’t even try to contact me. Have a good life.”’

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