Tom Brady Kissing His 11-Year-Old Son Has Started a Raging Debate About Parental Affection
What do you think?
Parents should obviously show their children affection, but did Tom Brady take it too far with his 11-year-old son?
In the third installment of his Facebook documentary series Tom vs. Time, a scene shows the legendary New England Patriots quarterback getting a massage. His son, Jack Brady, enters the room and asks to check on his fantasy football team.
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“What do I get? Brady replies.
His son leans over and gives his father a quick kiss on the lips. But as he’s exiting the room, Brady says, “That was like a peck.”
Jack comes back and kisses him again for what some might say is an uncomfortable amount of time. Watch the moment above beginning at 9:55.
Responses from both sides have been predictably extreme. Some are going so far as to call the Pats star a psychopath, while others are telling critics to “get their mind out of the gutter.”
Anyone who feels it was inappropriate for Tom Brady to kiss his 11 year old son should get their mind out of the gutter. All I see is a loving dad… and last I checked, that was a good thing. https://t.co/rRCPvbldeI
— Carley Shimkus (@CarleyShimkus) January 31, 2018
Tom Brady is one of my five favorite people (including family members), but him making his son come back and kiss him on the lips for a longer time because his first lip kiss wasn't long enough is some very very disturbing #content
— Robbie Vogel (@RobbieVogel14) January 30, 2018
— Leo Buckley (@L3Buck) January 31, 2018
as someone who comes from (on one side anyway) One Of Those Kissing Families, i really wanted to be able to defend Tom Brady here, but… the kiss is pretty weird
— Dracubert Nosferatko (@AlbertBurneko) February 1, 2018
It was just a kiss. A kiss between father and son. Very soon this kid will think he's too old or too cool to kiss his dad and then they will move on to only hugs and handshakes. Everyone else should move on with their lives. #innocentkiss https://t.co/a3mdopuSds
— Karen Kirksey (@kaytwok) February 1, 2018
Why do parents kiss their kids right on the lips?? Not babies. Legit 5+ age. Looking at you Tom Brady
— E (@evelyn_llanas) January 31, 2018
One Twitter user compared Tom and Jack Brady’s particularly intimate moment to the many smooches Angelina Jolie has shared with her brother, Jack Haven.
We’d be remiss if we didn’t mention the hot Argentinian model who straight-up tongued her son’s mouth.
At least Brady didn’t do that.
h/t: CBS New York