Tom Brady is mercilessly trolled on social media after photoshopping himself to be the same height as 7-foot-4 NBA star Victor Wembanyama… as fans get the last laugh with series of hilarious responses!
- Tom Brady and Victor Wembanyama posed for a photo this week
- And the ex-quarterback took some liberties with the photo
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Tom Brady posted a hilariously photoshopped photo of him and Victor Wembanyama, and fans didn’t hold back from trolling the seven-time Super Bowl winner.
Wembanyama, the 7-foot-4 Spurs rookie, towered over the 6-foot-4 Brady when the pair met this week.
But after posting a photo of the meeting on Instagram, Brady then used a heavily edited version for Twitter, putting him neck-and-neck with the French phenomenon.
‘Media channels requesting permission to use this photo. Yes you can, here is the file. Ignore other photoshopped images of me and Victor,” Brady joked.
And fans had a field day with the photoshopped version.
Tom Brady heavily photoshopped a photo of him and Victor Wembanyama together
One user shrank Brady down to Wembanyama’s knees, while another replaced him in his infamous shirtless NFL combine photo.
Even the official NFL account chimed in, writing, “Looks good for us.”
Another fan joked that Brady was “still in his growth spurt.”
Jokes aside, the former quarterback seemed to enjoy his meeting with the budding NBA star, writing on Instagram, “Great to meet you @wemby. Incredible young man.
“Normally I’d be making a joke here about how I think I could get 10 and 10 against you, but let’s be honest… you’d be sending my jumper down to the club level.”
Brady brought his eldest son Jack to meet the Frenchman and his friend Michael Rubin – the founder of Fanatics – ahead of Wembanyama’s first performance at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday night.
Wembanyama is off to an impressive start in the NBA, averaging 19.4 points per game for San Antonio.
His best performance to date was a 38-point masterclass in a win over the Suns.
He will take on the Knicks on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.