Social Media Reacts To Tom Brady’s Spectacular 7th Super Bowl Win

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Tom Brady’s wife, the New England Patriots and many others took to social media to celebrate the quarterback’s performance at Sunday’s Super Bowl LV.

The New England Patriots deemed Brady “the greatest of all time” after he won his seventh Super Bowl.

“Congratulations to the greatest of all time,” Brady’s former team tweeted.

Brady’s wife Gisele Bündchen celebrated on her Instagram account after Brady sealed the Buccaneers win. Bündchen shared a video of Brady’s kids jumping up in down at their box seats in the stadium.

Later, she was spotted on the field celebrating with Rob Gronkowski’s girlfriend Camille Kostek.

Field cameras also captured Brady embracing his family on the field following the win. (RELATED: Cameras Capture Tom Brady Embracing His Family Following Super Bowl LV Win)

Brady’s ex-wife Bridget Moynahan shared a note about Brady’s win on Instagram.

“I am pretty sure I am not the only one from #patriotsnation celebrating @buccaneers,” Moynahan captioned a photo of Brady on the football field.

Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield claimed Brady is “without a doubt” the greatest.

“Congrats… AGAIN to @TomBrady,” Mayfield wrote. “The greatest of all time without a doubt. Unquestioned!!”

LeBron James also chimed in to celebrate Brady’s win calling the city of Tampa Bay “Tompa Bay” on Twitter.

The basketball superstar also called the quarterback the “goat,” or greatest of all time. “IF YOU KNOW YOU KNOW!! GOAT TALK,” James added. He also fired off a tweet about the amount of rings Brady now has.

Brady’s old teammates from the New England Patriots also celebrated his win on Twitter.

“Just witnessed history,” Patrick Chung tweeted. “Blessed to see this @RobGronkowski @TomBrady greatest of all time. Both of you.”

Julian Edelman shared a photoshopped pic of Brady wearing seven rings.

Edelman also labeled Brady the “best ever” in “all sports.”

“Can’t stop. Won’t stop,” Edelman tweeted. “The best ever in all sports.”

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers shut out the Kansas City Chiefs during Super Bowl LV on Sunday night. The final score was 31-9. The win cemented Brady as the player with the most Super Bowl wins. He was also named the MVP of the game.