‘Why can’t he dance in peace?’: Aaron Rodgers’s new Jets teammate calls fans ‘weird’ for filming the NFL star at Taylor Swift’s MetLife concert
- Aaron Rodgers enjoyed Taylor Swift’s concert from the VIP section on Saturday
- The former Green Bay quarterback was traded to the AFC East team this month
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New York Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers was at his future Sunday home on Saturday night, enjoying a Taylor Swift concert.
This was well-documented. What wasn’t? Aaron Rodgers’s dance moves, though they became public after a Jets fan posted the footage to social media.
The Gang Green homer captioned the post; ‘That’s my quarterback’, expressing his joy at the ex-Packer’s moves.
Jets defensive end John Franklin-Myers was both befuddled and amused as to the necessity to film his teammate.
‘Y’all weird, why can’t he dance in peace,’ Franklin-Myers tweeted Sunday, followed by a laugh emoji.
Jets defensive lineman John Franklin-Myers ostensibly found it strange Rodgers was filmed
Aaron Rodgers attended the Taylor Swift concert at MetLife alongside his friend, Miles Teller
Chargers D-end Sebastian Joseph Day then replied to his former Ram teammate’s post, asking; ‘Aye, why buddy dance better than you. He got rhythm.’
Franklin-Myers acknowledged Rodgers has him beat in that department, while offering a potential solution.
‘No lie,’ he responded. ‘I’m taking dance classes next year tho.’
The Jets quarterback revealed himself to be a massive Taylor Swift fan in a video posted to the team’s official Twitter account last week.
Rodgers is loving life with the Jets after being traded from Green Bay to NYJ this offseason
‘Too many. Too many to count,’ Rodgers said when asked what his favorite song was.
‘Anything off of [her album] ‘Folklore’ probably. ‘August, The 1,’ he added.
Rodgers, who was acquired from Green Bay last month, has been reveling in his new environment. Often spending his offseasons in California, the four-time MVP has been assimilating to the New York/New Jersey environment sooner than first-thought.
The 39-year-old has attended New York Knicks and Rangers playoff games and shopped in Manhattan, while Broadway shows have also been discussed with Jets tight end C.J. Uzomah.
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