rumors that ex NFL quarterback Tom Brady and SKIMS founder Kim Kardashian started heating up again this week after they were reportedly spotted being «super flirty» at a star-studded Fourth of July party in New York this week.
But sources told Page Six on Friday that the former Tampa Bay Buccaneers star had been seen talking to multiple women.
Brady and Kardashian attended Fanatics CEO Michael Rubin’s annual Independence Day party in the Hamptons on Monday, along with several other celebrities and athletes, including Philadelphia 76ers star James Harden and Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow.
While dating rumors between the two seemingly faded after a source shut down to the kardashians told People magazine in May that the two «have mutual friends and business partners, but are not dating,» a Daily Mail report this week reignited the speculation.
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A source told the outlet that the two «were super flirty with each other at Rubin’s party and were seen on the beach together during the day and dancing again at night.»
But sources told Page Six that Brady and Kardashian «only spoke briefly» and were not seen dancing or flirting as previously reported.
«He was talking to different women,» a source told the outlet.
Brady’s representatives declined to comment. Kardashian’s representatives did not respond to Fox News Digital’s request.
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The seven-time Super Bowl champion first announced his retirement at the end of the 2021 season, but just over a month later, he reversed his decision.
After a season full of ups and downs both on and off the field, including his divorce from the Brazilian supermodel. Gisele BundchenBrady announced in February that he was «retiring for good» after 23 NFL seasons.
Brady has long dismissed rumors of any possible comeback, and in June he made his stance clear again.
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«I’m sure I won’t play again,» he said during an interview with «SI Now» host Robin Lundberg. «I’ve tried to make that clear, and I hate to keep professing that, because I’ve told people so many times already.»
«I’m looking forward to my broadcast job at Fox next year. I’m looking forward to the opportunity that comes with the [Las Vegas] Raiders, and we’re in the process of that, along with other different things that I’m a part of professionally and in my personal life: spending as much time with my kids as I can and watching them grow and supporting the different things that are going on, and that It’s a very important job, and I take it very seriously.»