Yeah, this stuff is still going on.
In May, Olivia Munn, who hasn’t dated Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers since early 2017 publicly addressed Rodgers’ much-publicized rift with his family.
Why did she do that?
Attention, probably. She must have been promoting something.
You would think she’s still hung up on the guy. The gist of her statement was she encouraged Aaron to make up with his family. She also said the cause of the situation was probably both Aaron and his family’s fault.
Aaron’s brother, Jordan, initially brought the family dysfunction to light when he appeared on The Bachelorette. Stories and stories and stories about how deep said dysfunction went followed, including one that revealed Aaron hasn’t talked to his family in years.
You probably know the story well.
Well, Jordan isn’t too fond of Munn talking about it… still.
“I’ll say I have no idea why she’s still talking about an ex, I don’t get that,” Jordan told Us.
Neither do we.
Jordan wouldn’t address the issue further, but it’s apparent nothing has changed.
And yet, here you are reporting on it. Still.
This isn’t any of her business, why is she talking about it?
Jordan was classy about that. Munn is an awful attention whore. She is just and only a few notches above Aaron Rodgers. Preeeeeeeeeetty bad. She is a freak. I mean that in a bad way.
Surprised Jordan could restrain himself from saying more. Munn called the entire Rodgers family a “rogue” family because it did not say and do just exactly whatever Aaron wanted. She also said Aaon’s father is in competition with Aaron and that that is hard on Aaron them being in the same field. Yeah. His Dad is a sports chiropractor and that is taking all the attention away from Aaron where it belongs. He is off being a chiropractor and helping people and putting a roof over his family’s head when he ought to be bowing before the Aaron Rodgers shrine and placing fruit baskets at its base every full moon. She also thought the rest of the family was competing with Aaron because one of them does some sports broadcasting… when he should be stringing necklaces of handpicked flowers around the Aaron Rodgers shrine every day when the sun reaches its zenith.
I found it strange that she referred to them as “the parents” and not his/their parents.
“I met the parents only a couple of times”
“He hadn’t spoken to the parents and one brother for like eight months before we started dating.”
Maybe it’s because of drama, or maybe she just talks like a weirdo.
It’s a distancing and dehumanizing through generic reference. It indicates she does not look at them as human beings or individual people but as things, bowling pins to be knocked over.
By stripping them of their individuality it may also make her more comfortable screwing them over with what she says.
That form of speech is actually hard to notice and pick up on so kudos to you Cheese. Great observation.
But you live on her every word trying to decipher it’s intellectual meaning.
Get a freaking life.