Gisele Bundchen rubbishes crazy ultimatum rumors leading to Tom Brady divorce - “I want all his dreams to come true"
The 2022 NFL season brought along a string of rumors surrounding the league's former first couple, Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen.
With no public announcement until later, both Brady and Bundchen finalized their divorce last October, ending a 13-year long marriage.
In a recent interview with Vanity Fair, Bundchen dismissed all rumors reflecting on their marriage. Most reports hinted at an ultimatum and how the Brazilian supermodel asked Brady to choose between football or their marriage.
As per Gisele Bundchen, those rumors were 'very hurtful' and probably the 'craziest' things she had ever heard. After all, nothing can compare to a 13-year relationship unraveling.
“Are you kidding me? I learned about it! I used to joke that I was going to be able to be the ref because I’ve watched so many games. And I loved it," Bundchen said of football.
Adding to that, Bundchen clarified that 'everything' written about their marriage was untrue. Despite various allegations, nothing about this was 'black and white.'
“Listen, I have always cheered for him, and I would continue forever,” Bündchen explained, emotional.
“If there’s one person I want to be the happiest in the world, it’s him, believe me. I want him to achieve and to conquer. I want all his dreams to come true. That’s what I want, really, from the bottom of my heart.”
Gisele Bundchen and FTX: How was the supermodel blindsided by the company?
While discussing her life in depth, Bundchen ended up speaking briefly about the much-talked-about FTX collapse. Unfortunately, she wasn't able to divulde into details. However, she did believe it was a legit investment.
“I was blindsided,” Bündchen said. “I’m no different than everyone else that trusted the hype.
“It’s just... terrible. I’m so sorry for all of us that this happened, and I just pray that justice gets made.”
Earlier reports added that Bundchen had waived service on December 27 last year. Despite the issues investors were embroiled in, Brady and Bundchen attempted to avoid the lawsuit.
The former New England Patriots QB also signed a waiver of service on December 27. Furthermore, the waiver has been extended to 60 days instead of the regualar 20.