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The New England Patriots quarterback has a tough life;

His team lost last night in the AFC Championship game against the Denver Broncos, and his long term rival Peyton Manning.

He is having to make ends meet on a multi-million dollar contract while the likes of Russell Wilson have the audacity to make it to the Super Bowl on just over $500,000.

And he is married to fashion model Gisele Bundchen.

But worst of all - he just can't get anyone to give him a high five.

So now, more than ever, Tom Brady needs your help and sympathy.

YouTube channel 'What's trending' have created this public service announcement in the hope that fans around the world will find it in their hearts to help Brady achieve his dream.

So remember, next time you walk past him in the street, please hold your hand out and let Brady win for once.

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