Olivia Munn says she wasn’t the cause of Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers’ estrangement from his family. As I suppose many, including us, have speculated.
Munn is saying Rodgers was out of touch with them for months before they started dating.
“I was friendly with Jordan, and I met the parents only a couple of times,” Munn said. “Before he and I started dating, he hadn’t spoken to the parents and one brother for like eight months before we started dating.”
That seems somewhat contradictory. If Rodgers wasn’t speaking to his family, then how did Munn meet them? Wouldn’t any meeting have to had been set up by QB1 himself?
Anyway, this rift could be about fame. Rodgers’ father has previously uttered the line “Fame can change you.”
Munn suggests that the family might be what we would call hangers-on.
“Their work has a direct connection to what he does. At the end of the day, there are a lot of complications. I don’t think either side of the road is clean, but I do think it’s not okay when you try to stand on someone’s shoulders and then throw dirt in their face, which is what I think they did with him.”
Here she is dumping the juicy details to Andy Cohen.
Ummm…..I’m pretty sure you have blamed her all along. Wrote many an article about it ( or should I say you copy/pasted it). If he won’t clear her name, why shouldn’t she. She was pretty tactful, imo, given the question.
Glad to see you are covering gossip instead of football. Just can’t seem to find much gossip on the internet without your posts.
Let’s see here… breaking it down…. calculating… calculating… divide by seven…. multiply by 1.67….. add square root of pie…. blueberry, not the damn strawberry….
= obfuscating liar!
Munn, a well-established liar seeing as she participated as a beard to fool the public and gain notoriety to assist her career, now has words coming out of her mouth. Why? Get some last dregs of coverage to assist her career out of this whole beard thing.
First, as already known, can’t trust anything she says.
Second, as very correctly pointed put in the article, the time line she lays out makes no sense — in case you still SOMEHOW needed MORE evidence she is a liar.
Third, to avoid accountability she does not name names. This is not political or fair-minded. She is saying “Their” and “they”. The whole family. The father and mother do not have work that has a direct connection to what Aaron does (although she claims the father does because… because… hahaha… get this… because… hahaha.. you will not believe it… hahaha… because his father is a CHIROPRACTOR!) Neither did the favorite grandfather whose funeral he refused to attend due to being too cowardly to face his family. Neither does most members of his family. Jordan, yes, and maybe one other (?) but not the whole family. This is another example of how Munn plays games with the truth, to an extent she may not even notice.
Fourth, to appear objective and fair and wise, she then says “I don’t think either side of the road is clean”. OK, whatever, she is saying Aaron Rodgers and every member of his entire family as well as his dead grandfather and former HS friends all were to blame. At about the same time. For Aaron shutting them all out, not the other way around mind you! Far-fetched. But then she disses on the family and not on Aaron as per alleged specifics so she is not actually being objective and fair. She tries to seem one way while actually being another way.
Fifth, she then goes on the attack as much as she can while not revealing any actual facts. She indicates the entire family stood on Aaron’s shoulders and threw dirt in his face. All of them. And there is nothing like that in the news. So, either she is spinning a yarn or repeating some fable Aaron told her. Look, just because a father and mother have a famous child it does not mean they are standing on his shoulders. Hell, they raised him so maybe really he is standing on their shoulders! They’ve actually been very discrete during Aaron’s childish rejection en masse of all of them.
Years AFTER Aaron rejected all of them en masse from his life — AFTER, not before — the worst that can be found is one brother saying he misses his brother and the father saying fame can change a person. Yeah, when the brother said he missed Aaron, that sure was hateful. Wow, that was a lot of dirt smashed into Aaron’s face on that one. Geez, refuse to talk to a brother for years and the ungrateful bastard says he misses you? That’s got to be one of the most horrific terrible awful inhuman things I’ve ever heard!
Oh, and the parents even sent Aaron Christmas presents — presents which he sent back to them unopened! Clearly they must be terrible people what with participating in Christmas. Isn’t that a Christian holiday? Who let those people into our country?!
Munn does not think it is right what they did — standing on shoulders and throwing dirt. But here she is utilizing her fame and access to media to throw dirt on them! Incredible hypocrisy!
If you listen to the audio:
1. She does not sound intelligent.
2. She actually, I kid you not, describes the family as a “rogue” family. Rogues! They have jobs, they work, they don’t have criminal backgrounds, they live where they live all over the country, they are not nomads, they do not reject humanity, they did not reject Aaron — he rejected them!! Yet, they are the “rogue” family!
3. She claims Aaron did not mind her talking about him or their relationship on shows — so Aaron did not mind if she stood on his shoulders when she did do that but he and she minds that the entire family stood on his shoulders when they did not! Holy crap!
4. She says the family is all into sports as if that is the problem! How would that be a problem? She tries to indicate the family wanted to be famous. Well, they are. Just a fact. There is also nothing wrong with that desire if that’s what you want. It sounds like she is indicating Aaron wanted to be the only famous one and was actually jealous that they could have any fame for themselves!
5. Munn also sagely points out that Aaron is a quarterback and the sport is dangerous and that “any distraction” is dangerous. The Rodgers family put Aaron in danger! He had to ban them to keep himself safe! Of course, if “any distraction” is dangerous then those celebrity golf tournaments and Bucks ownership and State Farm commercials and all the interviews Aaron does are ALL putting Aaron in DANGER! Damn them! Damn them to Hell! Aaron needs to refuse to talk to them! Then he can finally be safe! Wait… wait… this means Munn was a danger to him! So is Danica! So was his former personal assistant and “roommate” gay Kevin! All dangerous! Ban them!
Look, Munn is a low-down low-brow lying fame hound. And Aaron is different but much worse! At least Munn never banned her entire family — not even just 5 or 8 of them — or cowardly refuse to attend a favorite grandparent’s funeral to avoid seeing the family. She is shallow filth but definitely many grades above Aaron.
The family is better off without Aaron.
Anyone who reads ANY of that deserves a beat down.
Jesus H. Christ. “Killer, give us 800 meaningless words no one will read nor care about by 7:00 AM.”
This guy makes Wolfie seem taciturn.
Geez man, do u really expect people to read that long of a post? Also, to write that much on this article… wtf?
About the issue, who really knows the full story about rodgers and his family. Maybe its completely justified. Also, who cares as long as its not impacting his play? Leave the man to his personal life and give him some privacy.