"They had no definitive proof against Tom Brady or #patriots," Donald Trump Tweeted on Monday
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New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has been suspended without pay for the first four games of the 2015 NFL season, leaving famous fans like Donald Trump, MC Hammer and Magic Johnson reeling from the news.

These stars and more took to Twitter to express their outrage in the wake of the NFL’s announcement on Monday.

“They had no definitive proof against Tom Brady or #patriots,” Trump Tweeted on Monday. “If Hillary [Clinton] doesn’t have to produce Emails, why should Tom? Very unfair!”

The real estate mogul wasn’t the only angry sports fan to lament Brady’s suspension on social media. See more Tweets below. //storify.com/peoplemag/tom-brady-suspension.js?header=none&border=falseView the story “Tom Brady Suspension” on Storify

Brady was suspended after an investigative report found that he was “at least generally aware” that team personnel had deflated footballs ahead of a playoff game, Sports Illustrated reports.

In their statement, the NFL said the suspension was “for conduct detrimental to the integrity of the NFL.” However, “Brady may participate in all off-season, training camp and pre-season activities, including pre-season games.”

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Team employees James McNally and John Jastremski were also suspended without pay as of May 6 for their roles in the incident.