Rory McIlroyle mocks Tom Brady roast at Wells Fargo shooting range as golf star reenacts Nikki Glaser’s cruel joke about Rob Gronkowski

While practicing at Wells Fargo’s championship booth this week, McIlroy was heard laughing at a Netflix special in which Brady and other famous people took turns roasting each other and reenacting one of the jokes of the evening.

In a video published by the PGA Tour on X, the golf star appears to discuss a roast with one of his caddy before recalling the brutal elimination by American comedian Nikki Glaser of the former New England tight end Patriots, Rob Gronkowski. “They were making fun of Brady and cryptocurrencies because he lost like $30 million,” he says.

“And they said something like, ‘Even Gronk knew cryptocurrency was a scam… Gronk knew it wasn’t real money!’

Glazer’s hilarious joke mocking Gronkowski’s intelligence amused McIlroy before continuing to shoot. Other celebrities on stage and in the audience were also ridiculed, but it was of course Brady who faced the most criticism during the Netflix event, with the legendary former Patriots quarterback also having a hard time with ex-wife Gisele Bündchen. He was ridiculed for his divorce.

Glazer even joked about Brady’s relationship with Bündchen, who they separated in 2022 after 13 years of marriage, and his subsequent relationship with jiu-jitsu coach Joaquin Valente. “Tom, the only time you were stupider than saying yes to that roast was when you said, ‘Hey, baby, you should try jiu-jitsu,'” she said.

At another point she added, “You’ve got seven rings…well, eight now because Gisele got them back.”

After the roast, Glazer had an awkward encounter with Brady in the hallway of the Kia Forum, she said. “Brady didn’t go to the party. He wasn’t there because I think he’s a busy guy…but yeah, he didn’t go,” she said on The Pat McAfee Show. Brady was criticized by Glazer and several other celebrities on a live Netflix special.

— He was leaving, wasn’t he? We passed each other in the hallway and said, “Hey, thanks for inviting me again.” We didn’t meet before the show. I only met him after I finished my set, hugged him and said “thank you” after telling him terrible things about myself.

But then I met him in the lobby and said, “Thank you very much. Thank you for having me! And right away he said, “Good job, good luck with everything.”

“It’s like saying, ‘I’ll never see you or contact you again.’ Have a good life.”‘

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