Star Wars star not happy with Aaron Rodgers’ wardrobe choice
Star Wars actor Mark Hamill was not happy with the wardrobe choice of Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers during a recent media appearance.
Star Wars actor Mark Hamill was not happy that Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers decided to wear a Star Wars hoodie during a media appearance where he admitted to misleading people about his covid-19 vaccination status.
Skywalker does not approve
Rodgers wore the the sweater with the ‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’ logo on Tuesday when he appeared on the Pat McAfee Show, where he admitted that he misled people with his comments, and said that he took responsibility for his remarks.
In a post on Twitter, Hamill, who plays Luke Skywalker in the iconic movie franchise, wrote, “Of all the sweatshirts he could have worn, he had to take full responsibility in THAT one?”, followed by a crying emoji. Hamill attached a clip of Rodgers’ interview to his Tweet.
Fan of the famous franchise
Rodgers is a big Star Wars fan, and has his own Obi Wan Kenobi robe. His Instagram profile photo is a cartoon version of him as Luke Skywalker’s mentor. The actor’s comments could possibly have stung the quarterback a tiny little bit.
The three-time NFL MVP recently tested positive for covid-19 and admitted that he had not been vaccinated. This admission ran contrary to his comments made in August to reporters that he was “immunized”.
Rodgers has been fined $14,650 by the NFL for violating covid-19 protocols including attending a Halloween party and not wearing a mask in Green Bay facilities and during press conferences.