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Howard Stern furious with Aaron Rodgers over Jimmy Kimmel-Jeffrey Epstein speculation

via The Howard Stern Show
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Howard Stern defended Jimmy Kimmel after Aaron Rodgers insinuated Kimmel’s potential connection to Jeffrey Epstein.

Rodgers’ comments led to backlash, with Stern criticizing Rodgers for making unfounded accusations.

ESPN issued an apology for the joke, and Pat McAfee expressed regret for the situation. (Trending: Clintons Scramble To Delete Embarrassing Photo, But Were Too Slow)

“There’s a lot of people, including Jimmy Kimmel, who are really hoping that doesn’t come out,” said Rodgers.

“I’ll tell you what, if that list comes out, I definitely will be popping some sort of bottle,” he continued

“What the f— is with Aaron Rodgers? I mean, what a f—— vicious thing to say,” said Stern.

“You know what it is? When someone’s not witty and they’re in a feud with someone, nowadays, what they do is they just make up s— about you. They make up a conspiracy theory. F—— outrageous,” continued the radio host.

“I got really p—ed off about that. … What are you doing? You can’t just make up s— about somebody in a public forum. Very upsetting. … Aaron Rodgers wanted to attack Jimmy, so he just made up a thing and called him a pedophile?” exclaimed Stern.

ESPN’s Mike Foss said, “It should never have happened. We all realized that in the moment.”

Pat McAfee said, “We obviously don’t like the fact that we’re associated with anything negative ever. We like our show to be an uplifting one. A happy one. A fun one. But it’s because we talk s— and try to make light of everything, some things obviously people get very p—ed off about, especially when they’re that serious of allegations.”

Additionally, nearly 200 names previously redacted from court documents in a lawsuit against Epstein’s former associate Ghislaine Maxwell are being made public.

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