Aaron Rodgers remains the most hated man in Chicago.
During the Packers’ win over the Bears at Soldier Field on Sunday, Rodgers cruised into the end zone for a rushing TD and had some words for the nearby fans who were flipping him the bird as he celebrated.
“I still f-king own you,” Rodgers could be heard saying over and over again by a hot-mic.
Aaron Rodgers Taunts All Of Chicago After Touchdownhttps://t.co/HUVmxatwLY
— SideAction (@SideActionHQ) October 17, 2021
During his weekly appearance on “The Pat McAfee Show”, Aaron Rodgers was obviously asked about the taunt of the entire Chicago Bears fan base.
He doesn’t have any regrets.
“Are we getting that soft as a society where we can’t have a back & forth now.. somebody can pay for a ticket & say whatever the hell they want which they should be able to but the ONE time I say something back I’ve disrespected an entire city & organization,” he said.
"Are we getting that soft as a society where we can't have a back & forth now.. somebody can pay for a ticket & say whatever the hell they want which they should be able to but the ONE time I say something back I've disrespected an entire city & organization" ~@AaronRodgers12 pic.twitter.com/6BNYBnPI4G
— Pat McAfee (@PatMcAfeeShow) October 19, 2021
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Aaron Rodgers calling someone else soft for getting upset about how they’re being treated sounds a bit hypocritical, but as a Bears fan, I digress.
The man has been owning Chicago ever since he took over for Brett Favre, and all of Bears nation will undoubtedly take a collective exhale if/when he decides to leave Green Bay at the end of the season.
I think the vast majority of people were perfectly fine with Aaron Rodgers’ taunts, and Green Bay fans were definitely loving seeing that passion out of their future Hall of Famer.