The man who has earned the moniker “Mr. Pfizer” probably has no regrets about receiving the vaccine.
Aaron Rodgers continues to playfully tease Travis Kelce, the Kansas City Chiefs tight end, for his association with Pfizer. During an appearance on “The Pat McAfee Show” on Tuesday, the New York Jets quarterback addressed Kelce’s acceptance of the nickname “Mr. Pfizer” that Rodgers playfully assigned to him last week.
Kelce, who featured in a Pfizer advertisement endorsing flu and COVID vaccines, clarified that he didn’t intend to engage in a vaccine debate with the unvaccinated Rodgers.
Recent reports have unveiled Travis Kelce’s substantial motivation to be part of the Pfizer vaccine campaign. According to a source, Kelce is said to have earned a substantial $20 million from the campaign.
Rodgers had first introduced the “Mr. Pfizer” nickname on McAfee’s show a week before. He dubbed Kelce as such after the Jets competed against reigning NFL MVP Patrick Mahomes and the defending champions in a closely contested game ultimately won by the Chiefs with a field goal.
Both individuals, whether it’s in relation to vaccines or not, are undeniably financially prosperous.
You can check out Kelce’s Pfizer extremely lucrative campaign below: