Monday’s Mashup: Tom Brady posts ‘Bad Boys For Life’ video with Rob Gronkowski to Instagram after winning AFC Championship Game

Lucy Burdge
January 21, 2019 - 1:15 am

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-- Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski had a simple message for everyone after the Patriots won the AFC Championship game on Sunday night: we’re “still here.”

Brady posted a video to his Instagram with Gronkowski, showing the two smirking silently while P. Diddy’s song “Bad Boys For Life” gets louder.

“We can’t be stopped now, cuz it’s bad boys for life,” the song says. The “Still here” message appears in text at the end.


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Brady captioned the video with a simple “W.”

-- Donald Trump was among the many who congratulated the Patriots on Sunday night for winning the AFC Championship Game.

The president tweeted a message to the team and promised a “fantastic” Super Bowl.

“Congratulations to Bob Kraft, Bill Belichick, Tom Brady and the entire New England Patriots team on a great game and season. Will be a fantastic Super Bowl!,” Trump tweeted.

Many New England legends and others from around the sports world congratulated the Patriots after the team earned another trip to the Super Bowl.

QUOTE OF THE DAY: "It felt good. The way the guys have been fighting all year long -- the way we fought this game -- I couldn't be more proud to be on this team," he said. "I'm more proud to be out here with the boys -- how hard we just kept fighting. Defense, offense, special teams, a victory on the road, AFC championship game. It was one of my sweeter victories, definitely, in my career." -- Rob Gronkowski, after the Patriots' AFC Championship win on Sunday night