NFL quarterback for the Green Bay Packers, Aaron Rodgers, is a California native.

Earlier this week, Aaron pledged to donate a total of $1,000,000 to those affected by the multiple wildfires in California.

In the video, Aaron says:

This is why I’m partnering with the North Valley Community Foundation and donating one million dollars to help with the recovery and eventual rebuild of these communities.

On top of what I am contributing my incredible longtime partners State Farm, through its State Farm’s Neighborhood of Good, will donate one dollar up to one million dollars for every retweet of this post.

Now, his younger brother, “The Bachelor” alum and former NFL quarterback Jordan Rodgers, is calling him out for reportedly not even calling to check in on their parents who were also affected by the fires.

After Aaron took to Twitter to share the video, Jordan shared the video with a message of his own.

Jordan wrote:

PLEASE DONATE, SPREAD AWARENESS & SEND LOVE. But when your own Mom is home alone during the fires, car packed ready to evacuate, & you miss the fundamental first step of compassion; calling your parents to make sure they are safe… Everything else just feels like an act.

This isn’t the first time Jordan has called his older brother out for the rocky relationship he allegedly has with his family.

As Fox News reports, in 2017 Jordan said this to Us Weekly:

“Aaron still hasn’t been in contact with his family. His mom, Darla, has reached out to him multiple times in the last few months, but hasn’t heard back from him.”

Aaron has not yet commented on his brother’s comments.

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3 Replies to “Aaron Rodgers Donates to Cali Fire Victims. His Brother Slams Him for Not Calling Parents Who Were Also Victims”

  • Linda Roberts 2 years ago

    Life is too short. You are to honor your father and mother. Try to patch things up and get along with your family. You will regret not spending time with your parents once they pass away. Don’t let all your money stand in the way of your parents

  • Babyboo 2 years ago

    No one has any right to judge Aaron! Im sure he must have reasons for not contacting his mother/family that is no ones business! Sounds to me like Jordan is jealous and by blasting him on social media/news shows his character and jealousy, Thank you Aaron for helping the victims of CampFire, God bless you for your generosity.

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