Rips Reporter Over MVP Vote Stance
… ‘He’s An Absolute Bum’
1/5/2022 2: 00 PM PT
Inexperienced Bay Packers
Aaron Rodgers unbiased unloaded on a reporter who stated the QB doesn’t deserve the MVP award this year … calling the journalist “an absolute bum.”
The Packers celeb ripped Chicago media member Hub Arkush for practically two minutes on a conference call Wednesday — unbiased 24 hours after the reporter stated Rodgers is no longer his 2021 MVP on tale of he’s a “jerk.”
“I feel he’s a bum,” Rodgers stated of Arkush. “I feel he’s an absolute bum.”
“He doesn’t know me. I don’t know who he’s. No person knew who he changed into once doubtlessly until the day prior to this’s comments.”
In the occasion you missed it, Arkush stated Rodgers would no longer fetch his MVP vote this year thanks to the quarterback’s COVID vaccine drama and his offseason gripe with Packers brass.
“I don’t have confidence that it’s most likely you’ll also be the largest jerk in the league and punish your workers, and your organization and your fan shocking the method he did and be the Most Precious Player,” Arkush stated on Chicago’s 670 The Salvage.
Rodgers clearly wasn’t delighted to listen to the comments … announcing, “His distress is no longer with me being a irascible man or the largest jerk in the league ‘plight off he doesn’t know me.”
“His distress is I’m no longer vaccinated.”
FYI, the NFL’s MVP is chosen by 50 voters, including Arkush — and it’s presupposed to be essentially based totally on gamers’ performances in the center of the frequent season. Rodgers is favorite to gain it this year, despite Arkush’s thought.
For his part, Arkush in actual fact apologized for his comments earlier Wednesday — nonetheless no longer for blasting Rodgers. He stated he’s sorry for merely disclosing his voting plans.
“Essentially the most helpful element I will procure going forward is respect what I did no longer respect final night,” Arkush stated, “and unbiased no longer discuss about it anymore until after the awards have been given.”