Tom Brady’s jersey has been stolen again. This time, by a group of kids who delivered it to former Seattle Seahawks running back, Marshawn Lynch.
Lynch, who was traded to the Oakland Raiders in April after coming out of retirement, makes a short cameo appearance in a new music video by Seattle-based rapper Macklemore, which mocks the missing jersey incident that made national headlines earlier this year.
The video, “Marmalade,” featuring rapper Lil Yachty, was released Wednesday. It follows a group of kids who take a car joyriding around a city, eventually sneaking into the Patriots facility.
They kick down one door, revealing several men deflating footballs — a clear dig at the “Deflategate” controversy that surrounded New England’s organization during the 2015 playoffs.
Further down the hallway, one of the kids — who represents a younger Macklemore, wearing a Sonics jacket — finds the Patriots locker room, slips by several players unnoticed and steals Brady’s jersey from his cubby.
The kids then arrive at an unknown house. They knock and Lynch, revealed to be the organizer of the operation, answers the door. The kids deliver the jersey to him before going to the pool to swim.
Lynch says, “They got that (expletive), you feel me?” before shutting the door. Lynch first appears at the 3:30 mark. The full video contains explicit language.
Ben Haggerty — known by his stage name Macklemore — attended Garfield and Nathan Hale high schools in Seattle and The Evergreen State College. He frequently makes references to Seattle in his music.
Hall of Famer and Mariners legend Ken Griffey Jr. appeared in his video, “Downtown,” which was released in 2015. He also has a song, “My Oh My,” that was released in 2011 and dedicated to former Mariners broadcaster Dave Niehaus.