Super Bowl LV is set to rock our worlds on Feb. 7, 2021 as the Kansas City Chiefs take on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Tampa, Fla. In a highly anticipated performance, The Weeknd is taking the reins during the halftime show and R&B star Jazmine Sullivan is singing the National Anthem along with Eric Church.
As if that’s not exciting enough, the commercials always promise to be entertaining. In fact, Dolly Parton is remixing one of her all-time hits for a Super Bowl commercial. Then there’s a commercial slated to show Nick Jonas in a way we might not recognize him.
But the real grab for Super Bowl LV is the face-off between the two biggest quarterbacks of all time: Patrick Mahomes of the Chiefs and Tom Brady of the Buccaneers. And in the spirit of a challenge, Mahomes’ fiancée, Brittany Matthews, gave Brady a little dig on Twitter. Here’s what she did.
Brittany Matthews teases the age gap between Patrick Mahomes and Tom Brady
Brittany Matthews got ever-so-slightly shady and retweeted a little jab at Tom Brady on Feb. 6, 2021. The tweet originally came from Arrowhead Pride, a Twitter account dedicated to Kansas City Chiefs news.
The tweet shows an image of a young goat in Patrick Mahomes’ jersey with a tiny, much older goat in Tom Brady’s jersey with a walker in front of it. Ouch! The jab is obviously targeting the fact that Brady is almost twenty years older than Mahomes.
The tweet was “fixed” after an earlier tweet went out featuring Mahomes’ goat as a little baby next to Brady’s much bigger goat.
This isn’t the first time Brittany used Twitter to throw some shade at Brady. In December 2019, back when Brady was playing for the New England Patriots, according to the Daily Star, Brittany tweeted: “All patriots fans ‘we still have 6 Super Bowls’ Lololol. Once [P]atrick has been in the league as long as Brady, then chat to me about Super Bowls! Patrick is 24, [B]rady is 42… you just wait.” She since deleted the tweet, according to the Daily Star, but she’s clearly happy to give a little dig at the competition!
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