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Olivia Munn Has Ruined Aaron Rodgers’ Relationship With His Family

Aaron Rodgers is playing at an elite level right now. Like, an absolutely insane level that should scare every Atlanta Falcons fan this weekend.

Usually, when a quarterback plays as well as Aaron Rodgers, family members come out of the woodwork and ask for money. But Rodgers’ family is staying away from him due to Olivia Munn.

According to a source who spoke to US Weekly:

“Aaron is the one that has pulled away from the family, not the reverse. When he got together with Olivia Munn, his family told him they didn’t trust her and thought she wasn’t with him for the right reasons. That made him furious, and he ended up choosing Olivia over his family.”

Rodgers and Munn started dating in 2014. No family rift was mentioned until Aaron’s brother, Jordan, went on The Bachelor last year. That’s when people were like, “where’s Aaron?” Well, Aaron is busy with his famous girlfriend and being the best quarterback in the NFL.

Of course, Munn is the one taking the heat for all of this. Because behind every quarterback who isn’t perfect, is a woman.

After Rodgers won the MVP award in 2014, he had a subpar 2015 (by his standards), the first season following his courtship with Munn. Packers fans blamed Munn, much like Cowboys fans blamed Jessica Simpson for Tony Romo’s failure. And how Giants fans blame the yacht. When Rodgers got off to a slow start this year, Munn once again took the brunt of the blame. Not the fact that his family brought up their strained relationship with him on a reality show.

Maybe Aaron was never all that close to his family and now they are using him to stay relevant. “Fame can change things,” said his dad. And so can attention whores.

You know the saying: you don’t get to choose your family. But you do get to choose your hot celebrity wife. Aaron went with the hot celebrity wife. More power to him. I’d leave my family too if I started dating Taylor Swift and my mom was like, “I don’t like that girl.” Great, mom. I love you. And if things don’t work out with Taylor, you’ll forgive me. Until then, I’ma give this whole “dating Taylor Swift” thing a shot.

If the Packers lose to the Falcons on Sunday and Rodgers turns in a mediocre performance, let’s not blame Olivia. Let’s blame Mike McCarthy and Aaron’s family for making this public.

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