The fiancée of Aaron Hernandez is upset with Tom Brady and the other roasters for making inappropriate jokes about the late tight end.

Shayanna Jenkins-Hernandez is not happy about what she heard during the roast of Tom Brady, where Aaron Hernandez was brought up several times.

Aaron Hernandez’s fiancée, who is also the mother of his only child, had to endure hearing and watching multiple hanging jokes came flying out from comedian Nikki Glaser and former Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman.

“Everyone always asks me how big Gronk’s dick is,” wide receiver Julian Edelman said during his set. “Now, don’t get me wrong, it gets the job done. But there was this other Patriots tight end. Now he was hung.”

Nikki Glaser also made a joke about Aaron and a ring around his neck when speaking to Randy Moss about never winning a Super Bowl.

There was also a joke made about seeing Aaron Hernandez “in hell.”

Shayanna Jenkins, who was Hernandez’s fiancee when he was alive and later took his last name, was not happy as she stated, “It’s sad that I’m trying to raise my children in such a cruel world,” his fiancee said.

TMZ Sports had more on the reaction from Jenkins:

Shayanna goes on to say that while Aaron is gone and many people have opinions about him and his life — their daughter together, who’s 11 years old now, is still quite present.

She also says the fact her daughter is coming of age now as a preteen means there’s no doubt she’ll see what was said about her father Sunday … coming from a bunch of grown men finding amusement in his tragic death and from someone she viewed as her hero.

Bottom line … Shayanna thinks Aaron should’ve been off-limits, and he definitely wasn’t.

Aaron Hernandez Signed Mega Deal With Patriots & Would Be Sentenced To Life In Prison Within Three Years

The New England Patriots and Pro Bowl tight end Aaron Hernandez once agreed to a five-year, $37.5 million contract extension in 2012. No one could’ve guessed how his life would play out.

Hernandez was detained and accused of killing Odin Lloyd in 2013. Following his arrest, Hernandez was immediately released by the Patriots. He was found guilty of first-degree murder in 2015 and sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.

He was then charged with the double murder of Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado when he was on trial, but he was ultimately found not guilty.

Hernandez was discovered dead in his jail cell in 2017, not long after he was declared not guilty.