Olivia Munn and Aaron Rodgers are without a doubt a very happy couple. But, if there are no issues when it comes to this relationship, it does not mean that the two are not linked to scandals. Actually, it has widely been reported that Olivia and Aaron are not in very good terms with his family. And the latest comments made by Olivia seem to prove once again these claims.
The fact that Aaron has a strained relationship with his family is no secret. The exact reason why this has happened has not been confirmed, but a series of reports have previously claimed that Olivia is the one to blame for this reality. Now, it seems that the actress decided to throw shade at Aaron’s family by associating them to some negative comments that have been made on social media.
Aaron and his team, the Green Bay Packers, lost to the Atlanta Falcon over the weekend. After the match, Olivia liked several negative comments about Aaron’s family that were shared on Instagram. Of course, this led to a lot of speculation and claims that his issues with his family are very serious.
Olivia also shared a handwritten note to show her support for her boyfriend and his team. “So proud of this team,” her message said. “They faced a lot of adversity on and off the fields, but battled to get this far. THANK YOU to those of you who encouraged and supported them by choosing to put out only positive energy. It helped them get this far,” it added.
The rupture between Aaron and his family has reportedly occurred after the NFL star started dating the Hollywood actress. Aaron’s father, Ed, previously said that he and his son are not on speaking terms. “Fame can change things,” Ed said without revealing anything else. However, several reports said that Olivia is to blame for the fact that Aaron has become estranged to his family.
“When he got together with Olivia Munn, his family told him they didn’t trust her and thought she wasn’t with him for the right reasons. That made him furious, and he ended up choosing Olivia over his family,” an insider said according to US Weekly.