Why Everyone Is Talking About Ariana Grande After Tom Brady's Super Bowl Win

On Feb. 7, 2021, quarterback Tom Brady led the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as they took down the Super Bowl defending champs the Kansas City Chiefs — winning the Bucs their second championship title. And while the win was a memorable moment for Tampa Bay and the NFL, no other team has played, let alone won, the Super Bowl at their home stadium before. The moment really was stolen by Brady. 

According to CNN, the athlete has been in more Super Bowls than any other player. Super Bowl LV was his 10th appearance in the Big Game and also his first with his new team. Back in 2019, Brady's 20-year-long stint with the New England Patriots ended, which led to him getting picked up by Tampa Bay as a free agent. So, for him to once again make it to the Super Bowl was huge for Brady and his legendary football career

Following the 2021 game, CNN writes, "Brady has won his seventh Super Bowl, extending the mark for the most by any player. That total is more than any NFL team, as his former team, the New England Patriots, and the Pittsburgh Steelers each have six," adding, "It was his 10th Super Bowl appearance, also the most of all time."

The historic win means that the quarterback now owns seven Super Bowl rings, which, of course, is making a lot of "TOMpa Bay" fans put on this Ariana Grande song to celebrate. Why? Keep reading to find out. 

According to Twitter, Tom Brady isn't the only one with 7 rings

Tom Brady's seven Super Bowl rings are causing fans to blast Ariana Grande's hit "7 Rings" to celebrate the historic moment.  Following the win, Talk of the Charts noted that "'7 Rings' by @ArianaGrande re-enter[ed] today's US Spotify chart at #194 with 216,787 streams." And based on recent tweets, it's definitely clear that Brady's fans are playing into the catchy song to honor the quarterback. 

One fan wrote on Twitter, "Like Ariana said, 7 rings !!!" tagging Brady in the post. Another user jokingly tweeted, "Tom Brady after the game 'Alexa play 7 rings by Ariana Grande.'" Even singer and songwriter Victoria Monet, who helped compose the hit with Grande, joined in on the fun, tweeting, "just remember who had 7 rings first lol."

While Brady hasn't commented on any of the tongue-in-cheek tweets, we hope that while he is at home celebrating, he puts on the song at least once for good measure.