courtesy: Tom vs. Time episode 3
Haters Can Kiss Off: Personal Foul on Brady Critics
FOXBOROUGH — Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's Tom vs. Time series has been seen millions of times and shared across the internet. The roughly 15 minute episodes take an inside look into the life of arguably the greatest quarterback of all time, including his family life.
Brady is married to supermodel Gisele Bündchen with whom he shares two children, Benjamin, 8, and Vivian, 5. Brady also has an older son, John Edward Thomas Moynahan (Jack), 10, with his former girlfriend, Bridget Moynahan.
The series has released four episodes so far, available to watch on Facebook.
But like everything surrounding the GOAT, haters gonna hate. The latest controversy? An affectionate kiss Brady shares with his son Jack.
In a scene from Episode 3, Brady is getting treatment on a massage table when Jack comes into the room asking if he can look at his fantasy football league. Brady asks, "What do I get?" Jack then gave his dad a peck on the lips then turns to walk away. Brady then says, "That was like a peck." Jack turns back toward his dad and gives him another smooch, this time for about 2 seconds.
Some on social media are criticizing the quarterback's affection toward his son.
@FeitsBarstool Tom Brady kissing his 11 year old kid on the lips and then complaining that it was "barely a peck" forcing him to go back for a another, longer, weirder kiss on the lips is an absolute psychopath move— Byerui (@boyoyo69) January 30, 2018
I have relationships that didn’t last as long as Tom Brady’s father son kiss... https://t.co/3W4Ozjxpiw— Daddy Whorebucks (@Fresh2Death365) February 1, 2018
Several others however, are coming to his defense.
Oh FFS. Tom Brady’s son giving his dad a kiss on the lips does not raise any questions. If you see something creepy in that video then that’s on you.— Rita Panahi (@RitaPanahi) February 1, 2018
While that kind of dude on dude smooching is not personally my thing, a father being affectionate with his son is not QUITE the problem we have in the society. Our prisons would be nearly empty if every dad was just there. https://t.co/tZwZ46wjAb— Doctor Jesse Kelly® (@JesseKellyDC) February 1, 2018
Parenting experts have long debated parents kissing their children on the lips. Most chalk it up to cultural norms.
What do you think about the kiss? Let us know in the comments section.