Old, Decrepit Terry Bradshaw Just Slapped Aaron Rodgers In The Face!


The COVID-19 Vaccination has been a complete show in the United States recently.

After many athletes decline to receive the COVID-19 vaccines because they had personal reasons as to why they don’t want it.

But what Green Bay Packer Aaron Rodgers did was a complete disappointment.

Previously, Rodgers has said that he got immunized which we all thought that he have received the Covid vaccine but just like me, we were all surprised when he tested positive for COVID-19.

Later on, it was exposed that the immunization was just a homeopathic treatment instead and he even went so far as to blame Rodgers’ fiancée, Shailene Woodley, for turning him on to homeopathic remedies.

Many athletes have been reacting to this lie, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar was also among the high-profile athletes who responded to Aaron Rodgers’ comments about the COVID-19 vaccine, saying the quarterback’s “lie” had “damaged professional sports”

Kareem added, “What’s especially bothersome is that Aaron Rodgers didn’t just lie and threaten the health of those around him, he also damaged professional sports knowing that word would be interpreted as his being vaccinated.”

“Rodgers’ ignorance regarding the science of immunology brings back to life the old stereotype of the big dumb jock.” NBA Legend added.

And while hosting the pregame Fox NFL Sunday show this afternoon, co-host Terry Bradshaw has slammed Aaron Rodgers for completely lying to everyone.

Terry said, “I’d give Aaron Rodgers some advice,” Bradshaw said in a clip of the broadcast. “It would have been nice if he’d just come to the Naval Academy and learned how to be honest. Learned not to lie. Because that’s what you did, Aaron. You lied to everyone.”

“Unfortunately, we’ve got players that pretty much think about themselves and I’m extremely disappointed in the actions of Aaron Rodgers,” he added, detailing the country’s current divide about vaccination.

He just can catch up on a basic rule, do not lie.

Source: 100% FedUp