Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski flex, recreate their 'Bad Boy for Life' victory video

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After an AFC championship game win two years ago, Tom Brady talked trash like only he can.

He posted a video of him smirking alongside Rob Gronkowski, with matching shrugs after they upset the Kansas City Chiefs to make yet another Super Bowl. P Diddy’s “Bad Boy for LIfe” played in the background, with the lyrics “we ain’t going nowhere” standing out for obvious reasons.

No words were said, but plenty was said.

You have to appreciate Brady’s dedication to the joke. After upsetting the Green Bay Packers in the NFC championship game Sunday — with Gronkowski back by his side after he came out of retirement to join Brady on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers — they recreated the same video.

The caption? “W.”

Now that’s a callback.

When you’ve made 10 Super Bowls, you can flex a bit. There were plenty of people doubting the 43-year-old Brady and Gronkowski coming off retirement and what they could do for the Buccaneers. They were underdogs in their last two playoff games and helped the Bucs win both.

It’s hard to argue with the results.

Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski are heading back to another Super Bowl together. (Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images)
Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski are heading back to another Super Bowl together. (Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images)

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