Aaron Rodgers' long-running feud with his family reached a whole new level on Wednesday when his brother Jordan ripped the QB for allegedly ignoring their mother during the Northern California wildfire devastation.
The Green Bay Packers star posted a video posted to Twitter asking for donations through his charity fund, but his family members saw his plea for aid in his hometown of Chico, CA as a facade.
Aaron's brother Jordan Rodgers retweeted the message with a scathing comment:
"PLEASE DONATE, SPREAD AWARENESS & SEND LOVE. But when your own Mom is home alone during the fires, car packed ready to evacuate, & you miss the fundamental first step of compassion; calling your parents to make sure they are safe.... Everything else just feels like an act," Jordan tweeted.
His other brother, Luke Rodgers, tweeted shortly after Aaron's video: "Smells like cowardice this morning..."
Aaron's estrangement from his family was a plot line on Season 12 of The Bachelorette” in 2016 where Jordan got engaged to leading lady, JoJo Fletcher.
In a bombshell interview with The New York Times, their dad, Ed, revealed new details of the NFL star’s two-year rift with his Bachelorette alum brother.
“It’s complicated,” he told the publication in a piece on the Green Bay Packers quarterback. “We’re all hoping for the best.”
As Radar previously reported, rumors circulated that Aaron, 34, hasn’t seen or spoken to his brother since December 2014.
“I miss my brother a lot — especially in moments like this because my family means so much,” Jordan revealed before bringing JoJo Fletcher to his hometown on an episode of The Bachelorette. His older brother, Luke, also said he was estranged from Aaron on the show.
When asked if things had improved at all over time, Ed answered: “It’s hard to tell sometimes.”
According to a report, Aaron even sent his Christmas presents back to his parents in 2014, the same year his relationship with Munn began.
“Aaron doesn’t really…I don’t think he’s really talked with his brother,” Munn told ET in the past. “So, I actually don’t know. It’s complicated — I’ll say that.”
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