Dana White Calls Netflix “Liberal F*cks” For Only Giving Him One Minute During Tom Brady Roast

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Nobody was safe during the Netflix roast of Tom Brady…including Netflix.

The special actually turned out to be even better than I expected, with nobody holding back as they took their turns roasting the seven-time Super Bowl winning quarterback…and pretty much everybody else in the room.

Comedian Jeff Ross seemed to get under the NFL superstar’s skin with one joke in particular:

“On the first day of training camp, that scrawny rookie famously walked into Robert Kraft’s office and said, ‘I’m the best decision your organization has ever made.

Would you like a massage?”

The joke was obviously a jab at Patriots owner Robert Kraft getting caught up in a prostitution scandal a few years ago, when he allegedly visited a Florida massage parlor for some…well, relief.

All of the charges against Kraft were eventually dropped, but apparently it’s still a sore spot for Brady.

As Ross was telling Kraft how much he loved him after the jab, Brady stood up and the microphones picked up what he said in Ross’s ear:

“Don’t say that shit again.”

And even deceased former New England Patriots tight end wasn’t safe from a few shots (neither were his murder victims) as both former Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman and comedian Nikki Glaser were among the roasters who had jokes about Hernandez, who committed suicide in prison back in 2017 while serving a life sentence after being convicted of murder:

“Everyone always asks me how big Gronk’s d*ck is.

Now don’t get me wrong, it gets the job done. But there was this other Patriots tight end. Now HE was hung.”


But UFC president and CEO Dana White decided to direct his jokes at the host network themselves, taking a shot at Netflix for only allowing him one minute during the show:

“It pisses me off. I flew all the way out here and you guys give me 60 seconds?

My name is Dana. Is that not trans enough for you liberal f*cks?”

Obviously White is open about his support and friendship with former President Donald Trump, and hosts Trump often during UFC fights.

White then turned to the subject at hand and laid into Brady:

“You played for the Patriots for so long that I was actually starting to feel like you were from Boston.

Then I saw you run and I was like, ‘No he’s definitely from San Francisco.’

You led the league for 20 years in passing…as a straight guy.”

Safe to say we probably know why Netflix only gave him 60 seconds…but he made the most of them.

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