Tom Brady And Gisele Bündchen Are Setting Sail For “Billionaire’s Bunker” In Miami On Their New $2 Million Yacht

December 11, 2020 / Posted by:

The uber-rich really got it made in the shade right now! It’s a fucking great time to be criminally wealthy in America what with all the government hand-outs and profiteering off the unprecedented number of poor people suffering from the economic, physical, and emotional effects of the coronavirus pandemic. And there is no time like the present to flaunt. That. Shit! As such, Page Six reports that Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen just dropped $17 million for a house on Indian Creek Bunker in Miami, also known as “billionaire’s bunker,” where Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump just bought a plot. I know, just $17 million! What a steal. That’s because it’s a tear down.

Tom and Gisele are planning to build their own brand new Eco-friendly dream home on the plot to go with their brand new $2 million Eco-friendly yacht. Don’t worry, they almost certainly didn’t apply any of the $960,000 PPP loan Tom received from the federal government towards the purchase. Because that would just be tacky. Page Six reports:

The couple, currently renting Derek Jeter’s sprawling Jetersville mansion in Tampa, have bought 26 Indian Creek for more than $17 million.

They plan to demolish the current house on the property and build their dream home in the vein of the Architectural Digest-covered mansion in Brentwood, Calif., that they sold to Dr. Dre.

This week, The Post’s Jennifer Gould reported they’re about to complete a deal to sell their Tribeca pad for $40 million.

We’re also told they are also looking to buy again in Los Angeles.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB Brady was seen at the property in recent weeks, sailing in on a 40-foot super-yacht, Viva a Vida.

Ah yes, the Viva a Vida, which loosely translates to Eat My Wake Poors. Page Six says it’s also the name of Gisele’s environmental initiative.

Tom Brady is facing huge backlash for buying a $2 million yacht after his company, TB12, received a Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan for $960,000.

The 40-foot boat, which is named “Viva a Vida” after Gisele’s environmental initiative, arrived in St. Petersburg, Fla., on Thursday. Naturally, social media wasn’t thrilled to see the Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback spend so much money after receiving federal funds when so many are struggling as a result of the pandemic.

“Tom Brady’s company took almost $1M in PPP loans, while 52% of small businesses that applied didn’t get any. Tom Brady is worth $200,000,000,” tweeted Sawyer Hackett, a senior advisor to Julián Castro.

As for the house, it’s practically next door to where Jared and Ivanka could possibly (fingers crossed but don’t hold your breath) be under house arrest at.

As we revealed, Kushner and Trump have splurged $31 million on a plot of land on Indian Creek, which has 13 full-time police — as well as marine guards — for just 29 residences, sparking local gossip about which school their three kids could attend.

Meanwhile, we’re told Brady and Bündchen are building an environmentally friendly mansion on the island. They’re both avid design fans — even fanatical “about their doorknobs,” with Gisele particularly keen on ensuring all their properties are ecologically sound.

I mean, the most ecologically sound decision would be to just live in the existing hovel, but maybe it’s overrun with gators. Which, to be fair, are as natural a part of the swamp environment as the Kushner-Trumps are.


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