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Aaron wasted no time in diverting the sports interview, with ESPN’s Jason Wilde, from his recent victory over the Chicago Bears to the downside of being a sports star, which include those pesky rumors on the internet that he is “ghey”. Rodgers said, “There isn’t a whole lot of separation from your public and private life”. After some hinting and prodding from Rodgers, Jason Wilde asks Rodgers about the “ghey” rumors to which Rodgers nervously replies:
“I’m just going to say I’m not gay, I really, really like women. That’s all I can really say about that.”
Rodgers states at the end of his ESPN interview:
“I think there should be professional is professional and personal is personal, and that’s just how I’m going to keep it.”
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One of our TFD spys and one of our readers directed us toward some footage of Aaron Rodgers and Kevin Lanflisi during “happy times”. The video shows Aaron beaming from ear to ear when speaking about Kevin Lanflisi as his “best friend/personal assistant/roommate” and another video where Aaron takes Kevin to the 2011 NFL awards and embraces Kevin when he is awarded the 2011 NFL MVP award. We find it very interesting Rodgers did numerous interviews openly mentioning Kevin Lanflisi as his personal assistant/roommate, but we were unable to find evidence of Aaron publicly mentioning a girlfriend or engagement to a woman that a few other blogs have made claim about. We understand having a personal assistant, but if you are one who is big on being private, why bring up your personal assistant who is also your male roommate in public interviews, and then get upset when the public questions the “friendship”?
“Aaron was very bothered over it because he comes from a very conservative and devout Christian family who did not know the full extent to he and Kevin’s “friendship”. The Packers organization is worried because they do not want this affecting Rodgers performance against the 49ers. Everyone associated with Aaron or Kevin have been instructed not to speak to any media outlets about this. Aaron Rodgers is the NFL’s golden boy and the last thing the NFL and Packers organization want is this to get bigger than it is now.”
When asked about the well being of Kevin Lanflisi and why he hasn’t denied the claims the source simply says:
“Kevin and his family are being taken care of, and there will be no future comments from Lanflisi on any of this.”
I know the truth. I’ve seen it. There’s no guilt. No shame. I’m bought. Owned. His. Free.
One thing that is undeniable is Aaron Rodgers talent as one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL, regardless of his sexuality. We will be watching in excitement along with all of you during the 49ers vs. Packers game tomorrow. Your thoughts?