When calling out the Green Bay Packers quarterback, the radio personality dubs the footballer ‘f**king liar’ and ‘f**king selfish’ as he could ‘destroy’ a lot of people.

AceShowbizHoward Stern has weighed in on Aaron Rodgers‘ COVID vaccination controversy. When hosting “The Howard Stern Show”, the radio personality insisted that the Green Bay Packers quarterback should be kicked out of the NFL.

“I don’t even know where to begin with that story. I mean, this f**king guy,” the 67-year-old radio host said on his show. He then suggested that the NFL put up with Aaron’s “bulls**t” because he’s a “real good football player.”

Howard continued, “If I ran the NFL… if there was decency in this world, I would throw this guy out of the football league so fast [for] what he did to his fellow teammates.” The SiriusXM host went on to say, “He’s a f**king liar and he could’ve destroyed a lot of people. He is a f**king selfish p***k. This is all crazy town.”

Howard showed disbelief at all those who were “so uptight about the vaccine” and asked what was going wrong in the country. “Jesus Christ, just get it. Let’s be done with this,” he said. “I don’t know what is going on when crazy started to become the norm. It’s like the Joker took over. It’s like I’m at the Arkham Asylum,” he added.

Elsewhere on his radio show, Howard mocked Aaron for taking advice from Joe Rogan. He fumed, “I say the next time this f**khead gets injured on the field, they should bring in Joe Rogan to fix the bones. They should have him treat him.”

Howard also blasted the NFL star for saying he was allergic to ingredients in some of the vaccines. “He’s not allergic to anything in the f**king vaccine — guarantee it,” he argued. “If you’re allergic to the vaccine, be upfront about it. Tell your teammates.”

Aaron, who previously suggested that he was “immunized” against COVID-19, sparked a controversy after he tested positive for the virus and then acknowledged in an interview that he was unvaccinated. According to his statement, the footballer had not taken the vaccine as he was a “critical thinker” and claimed to be allergic to the ingredients in the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines.

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