Ben Affleck is not regretting his use of cuss words while defending Tom Brady for Deflategate charges.
Ben Affleck has been a center of controversy for a lot of things lately. He has had drinking issues, he had a media publicized divorce, he played Batman under a lot of criticism. He has taken all of it like a man. Never losing face, never losing control and keeping himself from making any statements that he could regret later.
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However, in the premiere of Any Given Wednesday with Bill Simmons, he proved himself a passionate and aggressive football fan. Speaking as a guest on the show, Simmons asked him about the latest four-game suspension by the NFL for the New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady. It might have touched a nerve with Affleck. Sources say that Simmons already had him talking before the camera started rolling so he was already fired up.
Whatever the case maybe, Ben went in deep and fast about how messed up the whole deal was. He did not refrain from cussing and cursing. One of the perks of speaking on HBO maybe.
He called the NFL a lot of names and questioned the integrity of their decision against Brady. He said that the suspension was something you did when a player was found doing drugs.
Why are they implementing it on Brady for allegedly inflating balls?
He also called Brady a classy man who had refused to fall to NFL’s level. He said that he was sure Brady was not going to degrade himself by trying to defend himself or totally giving in.
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He was very compassionate during the whole conversation and his voice was also slurred and fast. While people might be reeling back from the interview clips, he took to Twitter to confirm how many times he had used the “F” word. He added that he had enjoyed the interview and hoped that people get to watch it.
(1/2) For those of you keeping score at home, I gave exactly 18 f*cks about my Pats. Upon reflection, 12 probably would have been sufficient— Ben Affleck (@BenAffleck) June 23, 2016