Aaron Rodgers appears to enjoy the limelight.
Aaron Rodgers is eager to resolve his back-and-forth banter with “Mr. Pfizer” and has proposed a star-studded Covid-19 debate featuring Travis Kelce. He even suggested involving Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. and Dr. Fauci in the discussion.
The playful exchange between Rodgers and Kelce began after the New York Jets coined the nickname “Mr. Pfizer” for Kelce on “The Pat McAfee Show.” Rodgers responded to Kelce’s claim that they were in a “vax war” during his weekly appearance on McAfee’s show.
Rodgers clarified, “This ain’t a war, homie; it’s just a conversation. But if you want to have some sort of duel, debate, have me on the podcast, come on the show. Let’s have a conversation.”
The four-time MVP suggested that both sides choose backup support for the potential debate, with Rodgers selecting RFK Jr. and Kelce having the option to pick Fauci or “some other pharmacrat” as his support.
A potential debate between the two would undoubtedly be intriguing, as Rodgers and RFK Jr. have been vocal critics of the Covid-19 vaccine, while Kelce and Fauci advocate strongly for vaccination.
There is no confirmation yet on whether Kelce will welcome Rodgers on his “New Heights” podcast, but if it happens, it’s bound to be a captivating discussion.
With Kelce’s busy schedule, it remains uncertain if he can find the time to engage in this debate.