Backing her man! Shailene Woodley got here to fiancé Aaron Rodgers’ protection after he was reportedly noticed out in Los Angeles after testing positive for COVID-19 earlier this month — and required to quarantine by the NFL.
“Actually, y’all must calm the f—okay down,” the 29-year-old actress wrote by way of her Instagram Story on Tuesday, November 9, alongside an alleged picture of the 37-year-old quarterback. “That is straight up HILARIOUS.”
The Big Little Lies alum claimed that some information shops try to “disparage” Rodgers by “discovering random f—king males on the streets of L.A. and saying it’s him.”
Woodley referred to as out one outlet after the location revealed a photograph of a person who barely resembled the NFL star. “Breaking the principles: On Monday, Rodgers was noticed grabbing some espresso in Brentwood [California],” the outlet claimed.
The Divergent actress pointed out that the caption was false, and the picture was not her fiancé.
“I do know Aaron’s physique very effectively. First off, his ft, ahem and no offense to this rando dude, are a LOT larger,” she wrote alongside the snap on Tuesday.
Woodley shared a second picture revealed by the Every day Mail of the identical man strolling to a automobile sporting all black, a face masking and carrying espresso.
“Additionally, for these of us who know Aaron beyond the worlds of obsessed sport [stories] … it’s no secret he has the hairiest palms on the f—king planet,” the Fault in Our Stars actress commented. “This oblivious homie, clearly, doesn’t.”
After specializing in a close-up picture of the alleged athlete driving in California, Woodley famous once more that it wasn’t her man. “Additionally, cute automobile dude, however Aaron would by no means drive this,” she wrote.
Rodgers addressed his rumored L.A. outing on Tuesday throughout an look on The Pat McAfee Present. “I’m in Inexperienced Bay, not in L.A. as reported. I’ve been at my home throughout quarantine,” he confirmed.
Woodley’s help for Rodgers got here simply days after information broke that the Inexperienced Bay Packers star had tested positive for the coronavirus on Wednesday, November 3.
Rodgers’ prognosis raised eyebrows since he beforehand mentioned he was “immunized” in opposition to the virus. The NFL launched an investigation into the previous Jeopardy! visitor host and the Packers amid questions of whether or not they broke COVID-19 protocols.
The California native addressed the controversy two days later, claiming he “didn’t lie” about his preliminary vaccination standing and insisted he was not anti-vaccine.
“Had there been a follow-up to my statement that I’d been immunized, I’d have responded with this: I’d have mentioned, ‘Look, I’m not some kind of anti-vax-flat-Earther. I’m someone who’s a crucial thinker,’” Rodgers mentioned throughout an look on The Pat McAfee Present on Friday, November 5. “I march to the beat of my very own drum. I imagine strongly in bodily autonomy, [in the] potential to make selections to your physique, to not need to acquiesce to some woke culture or crazed group of individuals who say you need to do one thing.”
He defined that he has an allergy to an ingredient within the mRNA vaccines, which is why each the Pfizer and the Moderna choices have been off the desk. Rodgers mentioned he selected to not get the Johnson & Johnson vaccine as a result of on the time he heard that folks have been having an “antagonistic occasion” after getting that shot.
The previous California University, Berkley quarterback famous that he regarded into different methods to “shield” himself and his teammates which is when he found an “immunization protocol” that he believes served as a long-term resolution. The NFL, nonetheless, didn’t approve the choice immunization and informed Rodgers he could be thought-about unvaccinated for the 2021 season.
Since then, Rodgers claimed he has “adopted each protocol” laid out by the league, together with touring solo to video games and getting examined day by day. He’s at present present process a 10-day quarantine and should have two unfavorable COVID-19 assessments earlier than being OK’d to play following a missed recreation on Sunday, November 7.
“My need to immunize myself was what was greatest to my physique, which is why that is so necessary to me,” the NFL MVP concluded. “My medical group suggested me that the hazard of getting an antagonistic occasion [to the vaccination] was larger than getting COVID and recovering. I’m not telling someone to get vaccinated or not get vaccinated.”
“Calm seas could convey you peace, however storms are the place you’ll discover your energy,” she shared by way of her Instagram Story on Friday.