Aaron Rodgers’ Brothers Dragged Him On Twitter For Being A Bad Son

November 23, 2018 / Posted by:

Here’s what I know about Aaron Rodgers: he dated Olivia Munn, he’s a professional football player for the cheese team, and his relationship with his family is a mess.

To recap, Aaron’s less-famous (yet much more interested in being famous) brother Jordan Rodgers appeared as a contestant on the 12th season of The Bachelorette. He went on to win the hand of JoJo Fletcher and they’re still engaged. Jordan confessed during an episode of The Bachelorette that his quarterback brother Aaron was estranged from their family. Then about two years ago, Jordan and Aaron’s pop Ed Rodgers confessed to The New York Times that it had been about two years since Aaron had spoken to any of them. There were rumors that Aaron had written his family off because they didn’t like his then-girlfriend Olivia Munn. Two years later, and Aaron chooses not to talk to his family, while his family chooses to talk to anyone who will listen. Hmmm…call me crazy, but I’m starting to think it was never about Olivia Munn.

The day before Thanksgiving, Aaron posted a video to his Instagram account, announcing that he had donated $1 million to the wildfire relief efforts in California. Aaron urged people to donate if they can, and that his partners at State Farm will match donations if people retweeted his relief hashtag, #retweet4good. Aaron grew up in Chico, CA, where many who have been affected in nearby Paradise, CA are currently staying.

Jordan also grew up in Chico, and so he retweeted Aaron’s request for donations. But Jordan is also very petty, so his retweet came with an accusation that Aaron’s concern for the wildfire evacuees is phony.

According to Jordan, Aaron was concerned for everyone but his own mother, who he couldn’t even bother to call. Chico, CA was close to the Camp Fire, but was luckily untouched by it. But it wasn’t just Jordan who came for Aaron, their brother Luke Rodgers got in on it too. Luke was considerably less diplomatic in his approach.

Okay Luke, we get it – you have a working phone and you called your parents.

Aaron hasn’t responded to either Jordan or Luke’s tweets, and he probably won’t. Last year, Aaron was asked about his loudmouthed family, and he said a lot of people have “family issues,” and that he doesn’t see any reason to drag them out in front of the public.

Obviously 2/3 of the Rodgers boys can’t be trusted to keep it drama-free on social media. But I am a little disappointed they didn’t also drag State Farm into their tweets. They really could have upped the Twitter disrespect by hitting their brother with one of his own sponsors. “Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there. Like State Farm, Aaron may be a good neighbor but he’s a bad son. BECAUSE A GOOD SON WOULD HAVE CALLED THEIR MOM.

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