Remember back in the summer of 2014 when the Buffalo Bills were up for sale, and one of the people who was interested in purchasing the Bills franchise was rocker, Jon Bon Jovi?
The assumptions by pretty much everyone was that Bon Jovi, who was associated with a Toronto group, would move the Bills to Toronto if they got a hold of the team. They did not win the bid to but the Bills (thankfully), and ever since then, Bon Jovi has not cared much for Buffalo and the feeling is mutual for Western New York.
Bon Jovi's made some fun jabs at Buffalo since then, and Bills fans know how to dish it right back at the famous musician. One of those instances came this week with the news of Tom Brady's retirement.
Brady's retirement news broke last Saturday, but did not become official from Brady until this week.
Bon Jovi took to Twitter to show appreciation for Brady and his days with the New England Patriots, and Bills Mafia decided to take over the thread and have some fun with him.
I'm not exactly sure how Tom Brady Bon Jovi, who already had the majority of his huge hits before Brady was even in the NFL, better as a singer and songwriter, but perhaps Tom Brady should have turned to the rock world.
Bon Jovi's career is forever connected now to Brady, along with thee City of Buffalo, for better or worse.
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