Whoa, looks like there is more to the feud between Jordan Rodgers and his brother than we thought. A source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY the real reason Aaron doesn’t get along with his little bro — and it’s more than just sibling rivalry. Get the scoop here.
“Aaron [Rodgers]’ problem has been that he feels like his brothers have been riding his coattails and using him for their own financial benefit and fame,” a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. “It hasn’t just been Jordan [Rodgers] that has been guilty of dropping his brother’s name, the other bro, Luke [Rodgers], has taken advantage of the famous quarterback brother too. Aaron is tired of being used.” We totally understand why the 32-year-old pro Green Bay Packers player would be frustrated with his brothers using his name to get ahead, but is that really what they are doing?
“Luke has a clothing brand that has used his brother’s likeness in the past, and Aaron has been upset and disappointed with both of his brothers and how they have tried to use him and capitalize on Aaron’s success,” the insider continued. “Aaron loves his brothers and family but also has a huge career he needs to focus on. Aaron doesn’t have the time or energy for reality shows and sibling rivalry nonsense.”
But, according to our source, “the disagreement goes both ways.” “Jordan and Luke have felt over the years that his success and fame have changed Aaron. At times Aaron is absent from important family and friend events. The estranged brothers feel like Aaron has forgotten his roots. They, too, are disappointed in Aaron and it is a sad situation they hope time will heal.”
It is so heartbreaking to know that the 27-year-old Bachelorette contestant and his brother have such a rift between them, especially with Jordan’s recent engagement to the show’s star, JoJo Fletcher, 25, which should be a time of celebration for his whole family. We really hope that Aaron, Jordan and Luke all find a way to mend their relationships for the sake of themselves and their family.
HollywoodLifers, do you think Aaron and Jordan will work things out? Let us know below!