Gurley says Brady has ‘heard worse’ than host calling daughter ‘pissant’: TMZ

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Tom Brady won’t lose sleep over a radio personality’s comments about his daughter. | Maddie Meyer/Getty Images

Tom Brady isn’t going to be rattled by a radio host’s offhand comment about his daughter.

Brady abruptly ended his weekly interview with the “Kirk & Callahan” show on WEEI of Boston Monday, citing that he thought it was inappropriatethatradio personality, Alex Reimer, called Brady’s 5-year-old daughter “an annoying little pissant” the week prior. Reimer was referencing a scene from the quarterback’s Facebook series “Tom vs. Time.”

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Rams running back Todd Gurley saidBrady won’t dwell on the comment, and in fact, Gurley believes Brady has heard worse.

“Pretty sure he’s heard worse than that,” Gurley told TMZ Sports. “Words can’t kill you.”

Although the “Kirk & Callahan” show’s access toBradymay bein jeopardy, Brady clarified that he doesn’t want tosee Reimerfired over his comments, according to TMZ Sports.

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