Aaron Rodgers is still mad about the Super Bowl boycott.

Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers’ quarterback, isn’t happy about the now dispelled rumor he would not attend the Super Bowl.

Last week, a rumor began making rounds that Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers would hold out of the Super Bowl to protest the NFL’s COVID-19 protocols. That was read via text message by Boomer Esiason during the “Boomer and Gio” show on WFAN in New York that circulated as a viral clip on social media but was Gregg Giannotti, his co-host Gregg Giannotti and him dispelled it.

Even so, Rodgers took the time during his weekly appearance on “The Pat McAfee Show,” to further express how angry he is about it. You can listen to Rodgers’ comments in the tweet below.

Warning: Explanatory language may be used.

Aaron Rodgers remains unhappy with Super Bowl boycott rumors

You can see that Rodgers is not happy with the story spreading like wildfire in the clip above.

Funhouse’s Twitter account had cut off a section of the show during which the Rodgers legend was discussed on air. But, The account posted an apology on TwitterThey said that they did not see the WFAN morning program hosts determine that they were being pranked.

Rodgers responded to the clip in a tweet of his own, with backup quarterbacks Jordan Love and Kurt Benkert joining in.

Rumour aside, Rodgers & Packers are currently on bye week to earn the top seed in NFC with a record of 13-4. They will wait for the lowest seed to emerge from Wild Card weekend, and then host them at Lambeau Field during the Divisional round. Green Bay hopes to reach the Super Bowl for first time since 2010.