Covering Up Tracks Structural Complication, Mark Zuckerberg’s Meta Splurges $1,000,000 on Tom Brady, Paris Hilton & Snoop Dogg

Published 10/07/2023, 12:20 PM EDT

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Tom Brady, the NFL legend, continues to make big bucks following recent news. The 46-year-old has been in the news ever since he retired from the NFL in the month of February this year. He’s been known to be an entrepreneurial enthusiast and his recent deal comes across as ingeniously bizarre.

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The former QB for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers has been turning heads with his deals with companies like Delta Airlines, Fox Network, etc. as he continues to set the bar as the best sportsman and an able businessman at the same time. Brady has been investing and partnering with several business franchises. As of now, he’s a minority stakeholder in the Birmingham City FC, the Las Vegas Aces of the WNBA, and the Las Vegas Raiders. Brady has been enjoying the finer things in life and his new deal with Zuckerberg will promise him a lot of money for not a lot of hard work.

Tom Brady and his deal with Meta

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It was recently announced that Meta will be asking several influential celebrities to partake in their newest technology- an AI chatbot. This would give users a chance to interact with their favorite celebs’ artificial avatars on the daily. The deal paid Tom Brady and other celebrities in an amount of one million and more, though official numbers haven’t been released. Several other celebrities like Paris Hilton, Snoop Dog, Charlie D’amelio, etc. signed this deal with Mark Zuckerberg’s firm and the fans couldn’t be more excited.

Brady’s avatar is called Bru, a “wisecracking sports debater.” The avatar would most likely give users the latest updates on sports and other related news information. While the idea seems fantastic, some of the users have already started to report a few glitches. For example, Bru was asked about Brady’s brand TB12, and to their surprise, the AI had no idea as to what that is. Furthermore, Bru doesn’t resemble Brady a lot in terms of facial features. With all that being said, most of the users would seemingly only have one question to ask him, i.e., will he ever return to the NFL again?

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Is there a chance Brady will play in the NFL again?

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Currently, Brady has no plans to return to the NFL as he’s clarified several times. He’s even declined any future jobs as a coach and it makes it seem like the 7-time Super Bowl winner wants to stay away from the gridiron for good. Even though he doesn’t want to make a comeback anytime soon, he still keeps up to date with the matches and talks about the NFL in volumes on his podcast, ‘Let’s Go!’

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When Brady retired this year, fans were heartbroken. The former QB for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers left a void in the hearts of his fans and as such they keep pestering him with questions about his return frequently. It’s tough to say if he will ever don the number 12 jersey ever again but one thing’s for sure, Brady left behind a pair of mighty big shoes that will be difficult to fit into for a long time to come.

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Will Brady ever return to the NFL? Or did his 23-season career finally come to a halt with his retirement? Let us know in the comments below.

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Jeevesh Singh is an NFL writer at EssentiallySports. He has a keen interest in off-court coverage and loves to talk about the sentiments involved in the athletes’ careers. Jeevesh is a skilled content writer with a passion for NFL.
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