Making amends? Aaron Rodgers hinted in a brand new interview that he might have patched up his once-turbulent relationship together with his dad and mom, Edward and Darla Rodgers.
When a reporter requested the Inexperienced Bay Packers quarterback on Monday, December three, how he reacted to the information that the NFL crew had fired head coach Mike McCarthy, Aaron responded, “I came upon I’m positive the identical manner most of you came upon. I used to be at residence with my of us on the town for my birthday.” (He turned 35 a day earlier than the interview was posted on Packers.com.)
Aaron had been estranged from his dad and mom and his brothers, Jordan Rodgers and Luke Rodgers, for years. The household’s rigidity first got here to gentle in 2016 when Jordan, 30, competed on and finally received JoJo Fletcher’s season of The Bachelorette.
“Aaron is the one which has pulled away from the household, not the reverse,” a supply advised Us Weekly completely in January 2017. “When he bought along with Olivia Munn, his household advised him they didn’t belief her and thought she wasn’t with him for the precise causes. That made him livid, and he ended up selecting Olivia over his household.”
“On the finish of the day, there’s a whole lot of problems,” Munn stated on SiriusXM’s Radio Andy in Might. “I don’t suppose both facet of the street is clear. However I do suppose it’s not OK whenever you attempt to stand on somebody’s shoulders after which throw grime of their face, which is what I believe they did with him.”
The household feud made headlines once more in November when Jordan publicly claimed that Aaron, who’s now relationship former race automotive driver Danica Patrick, didn’t attain out to their dad and mom throughout the lethal wildfires in California. The sports activities commentator tweeted, “When your Mother is residence alone throughout the fires, automotive packed able to evacuate, & you miss the elemental first step of compassion; calling your dad and mom to verify they’re protected…. All the things else simply seems like an act.”