Aaron Rodgers Delves on Dying Twitter Amidst Elon Musk Controversy

Published 11/23/2022, 5:30 PM EST

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The Green Bay Packers star QB is famous for being upfront and speaking his mind. Aaron Rodgers is a chatterbox who can talk about anything and everything. Sometimes it feels as if the reigning MVP does not fear any consequences his words may have. And to prove that correct, he talked about the most trending social media app, Twitter, and its dying popularity. The QB particularly gave his personal experience with the platform.

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“I’ll probably be about as active as I’ve been on Twitter,” Aaron Rodgers said. The QB is not active on Twitter. He occasionally appears there to promote his podcasts. Also, he shares and celebrates his team there. But the Super Bowl-winning shot-caller favors another social media platform over Twitter.

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“I enjoy Instagram a little bit more. At this point. I look forward to the day I have no social media, which may be coming sooner than later. But at this point, I’m not gonna make any drastic social media changes,” he added. Despite liking one app over the other, Rodgers would rather stay calm, with no social media platforms that distract him. However, he shared his spiritual journey and his introduction to ayahuasca on Instagram.

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Many journalists and celebrities are shifting from Twitter to other social media platforms after the billionaire tycoon Elon Musk bought it.

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Aaron Rodgers states injury problems are not to blame for the Packers’ performance

A-Rod always taught and preached accountability. And fans saw him practice as well after the disappointing matchup against the Tennessee Titans. Rodgers shared that his thumb injury should not be an excuse for the team’s poor performance. 

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The Green Bay Packers are 4-7 in the season. The worst they have ever been. On ‘The Pat McAfee Show’, he said, “My thumb is what it is. It’s been an issue since the Giants but not an issue that I’m going to rely on for an excuse…It’s not an excuse. I’m not going to use it as an excuse. It is what it is. I suit up every week and expect to play well.”

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Neha Joshi

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Neha Joshi is an NFL writer at Essentially Sports. She is currently pursuing her postgraduate degree in English Literature from R.D National College, Mumbai and has also previously worked as a Graduate Intern at Jacobs.
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