Aaron Rodgers Says He Gives A ‘Major F**k’ About False ‘Narratives’ Spreading About Him

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Aaron Rodgers cut loose on a false report about him potentially boycotting the Super Bowl.

Last week, Boomer Esiason read a text on his show alleging that Rodgers might not play in the Super Bowl if the Packers make it to protest COVID-19 protocols. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

However, the report was quickly debunked by Rodgers, and he doubled down during a Tuesday interview with Pat McAfee.

“I’ve given a lot less f**ks the last couple years, but one thing I do give a major f**k about is narratives about me, especially ones that are so ridiculously off-base,” Rodgers said about the false report being spread around.

He further added the report was the “dumbest sh*t” he’s ever “heard.” You can listen to his full comments below.

Say whatever you want about Aaron Rodgers, but watching him cut it loose it over the past few months has been awesome.

He’s been crystal clear that he’s no longer interested in holding anything back. Why should he want to hold anything back?

If false reports are going to circulate about him, he has every right in the world to hit back and hit back hard.

Going on Pat McAfee’s show and dropping a few f-bombs should get the job done! That should get people’s attention!

He’s sick and tired of fake news, and I don’t blame him at all.

While I hate the Packers, Aaron Rodgers unfiltered has been one hell of a joy to watch, and I can’t wait to see what he says next!