If it wasn't for athletes being able to convince themselves that nobody believes in them, roughly 80 percent of coaches would have nothing to scream at their team about before a game and, say, a 41-year-old with five Super Bowl rings would have to search elsewhere for motivation.

With that in mind, on Monday, Tom Brady (who, it's safe to say, has been referred to as the G.O.A.T. more than once), put together an IG post channeling 50 Cent's "Many Men" to send a shot to his critics (at least as far as TMZ is concerned). The hook that can be heard during the brief clip, which raps "Many men wish death upon me. Blood in my eye, dog, and I can't see. I'm trying to be what I'm destined to be, and n****s trying to take my life away." And yes it is the censored version.

Prior to 50 taking over the audio, Brady referenced Sunday's 41-28 Divisional Playoff win over a Chargers team that failed to show up in the first half. "Monday, Jan. 14, it's great to be working on a Monday," he says. "Great team win. We're on to Kansas City, baby!! Let's go. LET'S GO!"

His caption was also just a simple "W" because when you've had a career like Brady's you don't need to talk to much (which is part of what makes those corny Facebook headlines he occasionally writes so weird). Check it out for yourself:



A post shared by Tom Brady (@tombrady) on Jan 14, 2019 at 10:19am PST

As for 50 Cent? Well he definitely appeared to dig it:

Look out Chiefs we guess.