The famous friends spent the afternoon trading cards and memorabilia with excited fans in New Jersey
The retired quarterback, 46, joined Fanatics for the company's first Topps Hobby Rip Night. The event took place on Saturday and gave sports trading card and memorabilia hobbyists the chance to participate in pack wars, raffles and giveaways.
And for the lucky fans who showed up at Wax, Packs, and Throwbacks in Linwood, New Jersey, the event was a star-studded affair.
Fanatics CEO Michael Rubin posted a video to Instagram after the outing, featuring sweet footage of the stars interacting with excited fans inside the store as they traded cards.
"I got a lot of good cards," Brady said in the video as fans looked on excitedly at the seven-time Super Bowl champion.
Rubin made a cameo in the video he posted of the event. In one shot, the CEO shows Brady his own MLB Expos rookie card. "I'm taking that one," Brady said jokingly as he snagged the card from Rubin.
As he entered through the back, Hart, 44, teasingly said, "I know everybody here knows I'm an athlete. Injured or not, I have my cards, and I will be signing cards as well, Tom Brady!"
At one point during the fan frenzy, Hart is seen handing a card to a young fan. "Don't tell nobody I just gave you that," the performer said sneakily with a laugh.
Scott, 32, made an appearance later in the event as fans excitedly cheered for the "Meltdown" rapper. "Where's my card at?" he asked the excited fans as they swarmed the famous trio.
Brady became excited over finding a Peyton Manning card, as seen in the video. "Peyton Manning? I'll take that," he said. "I want the Peyton!" As the retired NFL star showed fans the Manning card, Brady said, "Peyton, that's for you baby, 'cause I love you."
Captioning the video on social media, Rubin wrote, "Second @Topps Hobby Rip Night stop at Wax, Packs and Throwbacks was crazy - these kids went NUTS!! Loved seeing so many collectors come out."
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Before the event, Rubin, Brady and Jalen Rose stopped by the MLB Flagship Store in New York City for a similar experience.
The New Jersey store, Wax, Packs, and Throwbacks, shared more event details on Instagram, including a look at the huge turnout.
Another post on the store's account showed Brady exchanging a card with a young regular at the store. "One of the best stories from yesterday: Gavin (a local regular) traded the Devonta Smith jersey he was wearing to @tombrady for a $1000+ Tom Brady rookie card," the store's post said. "Tom Brady later gave the jersey to Eagles fan @kevinhart4real. Thank you again to everyone for the support. A huge thank you to the @topps crew for making this happen."
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