Tom Brady believes that Janet Jackson’s wardrobe malfunction at the Super Bowl was “probably a good thing” for the NFL…

There’s no such thing as negative PR, right? That’s what they say, anyhow. At least, that’s what recently retired NFL great Tom Brady appears to believe.

Brady, who is 45 years old, discussed his opinion on the halftime show of the 2004 Super Bowl, which startled the globe when Justin Timberlake caused Janet Jackson to have a wardrobe malfunction during his performance.

The former NFL player was participating in that year’s big game and went on to lead the New England Patriots to victory against the Carolina Panthers, claiming the championship for his team.

During the episode of his Let’s Go! podcast that aired on SiriusXM on Monday, Brady said, “It took a bit for us to figure out precisely what had gone on,” as he was accompanied by Larry Fitzgerald, and Jim Gray.

When asked about the wardrobe malfunction, the seven-time champion of the Super Bowl remembered that at the moment, he “didn’t see much.” He said, “When I’m playing, it’s something I’d much like not see.”

Brady revealed to his co-host that the event eventually resulted in an increase in viewership for NFL programming, “I believe that it was probably a good thing for the NFL in the end because everyone got to speak about it, and it was simply more attention and more publicity for halftime shows. In other words, I think it was definitely a positive thing.

Is there such a thing as poor publicity? They claim that, but who can really tell for sure?” Brady remembers the now-famous halftime act, but he said that he was unable to address reporters’ queries about the incident after it had occurred because he was so concentrated on the game.

Brady recalled that the media had inquired about his thoughts on the matter. “Even when they tried to explain it to me, I had no idea what they were talking about. They asked me whether I had seen the halftime performance, and I responded by saying that I had not seen anything at all.

I have some thoughts on the game.” In 2021, when Timberlake was 42 years old, he finally sent an apology to Jackson for their past interactions.

At the time, Justin Timberlake remarked something along the lines of, “Because I care for and respect both Britney Spears and Janet Jackson, and because I am aware that I have let them down, I would want to extend a personal apology to both of them.”

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