NFL player Aaron Rodgers was fired by host Pat McAfee from The Pat McAfee Show after the player made comments on Jimmy Kimmel that sparked intense uproar.
“The guy who stopped by yesterday caused quite a conversation,” the presenter continued, referencing the NFL quarterback, as he explained his choice.
“Aaron Rodgers Tuesday’s fourth season is now complete,” he said. “There are going to be a lot of people that are happy with that, myself included, to be honest.”
“The way it ended, it got really loud, really loud,” he revealed. It’s wonderful to hear that I won’t be mentioning that in the future.
It happens after Aaron, who was a guest on the ESPN program, faced harsh criticism for speculating that Jimmy might be connected to the associates of registered sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.
But earlier, when he addressed the late-night host’s ire over the matter, the 40-year-old adopted an apologetic tone.
“I totally understand how serious an allegation of pedophilia would be, so for him to be upset about that, I get it,” he stated.