Netflix Edits Out Kim Kardashian Being Booed During Tom Brady Roast

Who was harshly booed during Netflix’s live roast of Tom Brady?

Not Kim Kardashian. At least, not anymore. Netflix has now edited out the boos from its blistering comedic special on its service.

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The reality TV icon received a harsh reception as she took the podium during The Greatest Roast of All Time: Tom Brady and tried to launch into a Kevin Hart joke, causing others onstage to yell “woah-woah” to get the audience to be more respectful.

Here’s what the original sounded like:

(Don’t worry, they were just shouting “Boo-urns! Boo-urns!”).

Kardashian gamely soldiered on during her set, launching into her joke, “I wasn’t going to come tonight, but since I’m not here as Tom’s date, there’s still a good chance I might. Speaking of Tom and I dating, I know there were some rumors that we were, and I’d never say if we did or not, I’d just release the tape. … I’ll give you the same advice I give all of my exes: Good luck knowing the best is behind you.”

A source close to the production says that only the boos were edited out, in terms of content regarding Kardashian.

Another controversial Kardashian-related moment is being left in. A graphic Tony Hinchcliffe joke is getting some knocks online and being called sexist because, well, just read it: “A whale’s vagina, which reminds me, Kim Kardashian’s here. She’s had a lot of Black men celebrating her end zone. Kim, word of advice, close your legs. You have more public beef than Kendrick and Drake.”

Otherwise, Netflix’s live roast of the NFL legend has received plenty of online buzz and managed to become a major cultural moment. Many fans gave the strongest accolades to Nikki Glaser for her blistering set, which included jokes such as, “Tom, you’re the best to ever play for too long. You retired then came back then retired, I get it — it’s hard to walk away from something that isn’t your pregnant girlfriend.”

The Greatest Roast of All Time: Tom Brady is now streaming on Netflix.

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