I cut Tom Bieber a lot of slack, mainly because he is a great quarterback.
When you have the rings, people tend to overlook a lot of things. No one really cares about his hair looking like he should be singing with the “Monkeys” or who his supermodel wife is hugged up with as long as perfect passer ratings are happening.
He is Tom Brady, but you have to draw the line somewhere and I think this is it:
Deckers CEO Angel Martinez announced on Monday’s “Mad Money” that New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady will endorse the shoes.
“We have decided that we needed to just get the word out there that it’s a brand for guys,” Martinez said, “give guys permission to wear UGG. And who better to give guys permission to wear UGG than … Tom Brady.”
“He’s the guy every guy I know wants to be,” Martinez said, adding that it is Brady’s “cool under pressure” quality that men want. “Guys like that.”
Martinez said Brady made the most likely spokesman because he’s been a longtime fan and wearer of UGG anyway, and that’s why Deckers approached him.
My initial reaction upon reading that:
Brady is the man we all want to be, cool under pressure and he’s pulling a model, so….?
Guys like that Brady throws a nice slant route, not that he wears Kardashian Uggs. What in the blue hell is going on around here?
I am telling you right now— if I find any man who doesn’t star in the Real Housewives of Atlanta wearing “Brady Uggs” they are getting the beat down Andre Johnson style. Not because of your lack of fashion sense, but your lack of common sense.
Here is a reality check for men who are even considering this: you aren’t Tom Brady. Tom Brady could wear stilettos on the two minute drill and women will still throw their panties on the sidelines. If you walk into the club with “Brady Uggs”, women will laugh at you— you might as well be wearing a European shoulder bag like Jerry Seinfeld as well.
They say when the world is about to end, God will send us a sign, first he decided to curse Steve Johnson’s hands now this?
Time for me to Fade to Turkey with Allen Iverson.