Rob Gronkowski Is Sorry for Partying According to Hilarious Gronk Tank Top
Rob Gronkowski is really, really sorry about partying, and I totally believe him.
The New England Patriots' star tight end, who went into "Gronk" party mode the second the season was over, was spotted in a wealth of hilarious pictures, wearing something of an apology.
Busted Coverage has a wonderful breakdown of Gronkowski taking pictures with fans while he took part in some wholesome fun at Universal Studios in Orlando this past weekend.
And just when you thought the man didn't own a t-shirt, we finally see his upper half actually covered. Remarkably, there is no beer in either hand as well.
Of course, the best part of all these pictures isn't Gronkowski, but the tank top that states, "Sorry for Partying."
You win, Patriots fans. The man is putting down the domestic and keeping out of the club, at least for the past few days.
You can't keep a good Gronk down, so I would imagine the next video of Gronkowski dancing and body-slamming his buddy will come as soon as Gronkowski lands in Las Vegas, something of a home away from home for the best bro in the business.
For those with short-term memory issues, Gronkowski began the season of Gronk fairly early, partying with his shirt off in Baton Rouge during Super Bowl weekend.
That, of course, caused the usual shaking of heads, but was nowhere near the vitriol expressed when video surfaced of Gronk dancing on stage and then bodyslamming his buddy despite wearing a cast on his still-healing broken arm.
And so it comes down to this hilarious form of Gronk saying "mah bad."
Something tells me he isn't entirely sorry, because his smile is far too big and the look in his eye tells me a beer-infused party is but a few days away.
Hell, maybe that's just the infectious awesome that is Universal Studios.
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