Tom Brady recently faced criticism on Twitter following his comments on the infamous "wardrobe malfunction" incident during Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake's 2004 Super Bowl halftime show. On the "Let's Go" podcast, Brady, along with Larry Fitzgerald and Jim Gray, discussed the controversy surrounding Jackson's performance and alluded to the wardrobe malfunction incident that exposed her breast, while also discussing Rihanna's halftime show at Super Bowl LVII.
As a seven-time Super Bowl champion quarterback and participant in the world's largest sporting event, Brady noted that he never had the chance to watch any Super Bowl halftime shows as he was busy preparing for the game's second half. However, during the 2004 Super Bowl, in which his team, the New England Patriots, triumphed over the Carolina Panthers 32-29, Brady was questioned about the incident involving Jackson after the game.
Brady's comments on the podcast that the wardrobe malfunction incident was beneficial for the NFL sparked criticism on Twitter, with many users objecting to his statement. The controversy surrounding the incident, which led to fines and lawsuits, has remained a controversial topic in the years since it occurred, with some arguing that the focus on Jackson's wardrobe malfunction distracted from the performance itself and reinforced negative attitudes towards women in the media.
Tom Brady is offering his thoughts on the 2004 Super Bowl halftime performance featuring Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake that remains a topic of debate to this day https://t.co/e9XXLGN23e
— The Hollywood Reporter (@THR) February 15, 2023
“We came off the field and that was when we had the wardrobe malfunction with Justin Timberlake and Janet Jackson and they [reporters] were asking me about that, and I couldn’t understand what they were telling me about,” Brady shared.
“They’re like, ‘Did you see the halftime show? Blah, blah, blah,’ and I’m like, ‘Nah, I didn’t see anything. I was thinking about the game and was trying to figure out halftime adjustments,'” Brady added. “It took a while for us to figure out what had gone on. That’s for the fans and not for the players.”
“I think, in the end, it was probably a good thing for the NFL because everyone got to talk about it, and it was just more publicity and more publicity for halftime shows. Is any publicity bad publicity? That’s what they say, so who knows.”
According to a report from Fox News, Tom Brady faced criticism for being "shallow" after the release of the podcast in which he made comments about the infamous "wardrobe malfunction" incident during Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake's 2004 Super Bowl halftime show. The criticism stemmed from Brady's comments that the incident was beneficial for the NFL, which some viewed as insensitive and dismissive of the controversy surrounding the event.
Tom Brady making those comments on Janet Jackson but yet is so ignorant to the point that he can’t even understand that she was blackballed, shoved away from the spotlight and slutshamed for it for years even while being Micheal Jackson’s little sister. sir bffr.
— material gurl 💅🏽 (@nopeaceallowed) February 15, 2023
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