National Football League superstar and future Hall of Famer Tom Brady is really getting into the April Fool’s Day spirit.
Much like he did yesterday, Brady took to social media today (Thursday) to play a little joke on his fans. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback certainly seems to know how to get a laugh out of his social media followers. His fake tattoo prank he pulled yesterday took a lot of people by surprise, with fans believing the skin ink to be legit.
His Thursday prank involves a former Major League Baseball team and the thought of Brady switching sports, much like Michael Jordan. With today being the opening day for Major League Baseball, the quarterback’s prank post is especially timely.
“With opening day today, excited to announce were are bringing the Expos back to MLB in 2022,” he says in the tweet. “Excited to be the first player/coach/owner in MLB history.”
Tom Brady Using Social Media for April Fools Pranks
The social media post includes a photoshop image of Brady wearing a tuxedo and a Montreal Expos hat inside a baseball stadium. In under an hour after going live, the post took in more than 19,000 “likes” along with thousands of comments and retweets. Brady certainly drew chuckles out of his social media followers with the post much the same as he did yesterday.
The Montreal Expos were the first Major League baseball team located outside of the United States. They played in the National League East Division from 1969 until 2004.
On Wednesday, Brady posted a photoshopped image of a tattoo on his leg. The tat image was modeled after Tampa Bay Bucs Head Coach Bruce Arians. Brady’s “tattoo” shows Arians with a beer in his hand and one leg stretched across his body. Much like today’s post, Brady’s Wednesday post drew loads of laughs and likes.
Tom Brady is obviously enjoying his offseason after winning his seventh Super Bowl Trophy. He took home MVP honors from the big game that took place earlier this year.
Soon the fun and games will end for the quarterback and it will be back to work to prepare for the 2021 season. Just weeks ago, Tom Brady signed a new deal that will keep him with the Bucs for the upcoming season.