It bothers me more with Rodgers because this seems a clear attempt to dispel any rumor that he is gay.There is context to this: In December 2013, numerous gossip websites picked up some tweets by Kevin Lanflisi, Rodgers' then personal assistant whom Rodgers referred to as "more of a, like, a best friend/roommate deal." ( mark of this video). There is a video of the two of them posing for photos together at a sports award show in Wisconsin, and some leaped to the conclusion that they were a couple.But his Twitter and Instagram feeds have been deleted.
Something happened in late 2013 that caused a fracture in their relationship.
"Everything about his interaction with a reporter is calculated," the story says, so Rodgers knew what this was all about and that he allowed the writer to deal with his private life, again mixing it with the professional.
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The many sides of the NFL's best quarterback." The story talked about Rodgers as a player but also made a half-dozen references to his relationship with Munn, including posting stills from the Instagram videos. They all said these rumors were not true and that they were straight.
And they all then soon after started relationships with women, making sure they got the high-profile media treatment. What pisses me off, though, is that the public doesn't need convincing.
Yet they don't get that this is what straight male athletes do all the time when they parade their girlfriend or wife on the public stage, be it on the ESPY's red carpet or kissing on the field or court after a big win.