Aaron Rodgers Doubles Down on Debunked Conspiracies, Does Not Apologize to Jimmy Kimmel

Aaron Rodgers, the NFL star, appeared on ESPN's The Pat McAfee Show, where he reiterated his insinuation that late-night host Jimmy Kimmel's name might be on the list of Jeffrey Epstein's associates.

Rodgers declined to apologize for his remarks and doubled down on debunked conspiracy theories. He stated, "I'm not stupid enough to accuse you of that with absolutely zero evidence, concrete evidence." Despite expressing a desire to move forward, Rodgers suggested that the media was attempting to "cancel" him.

This ongoing feud has garnered significant attention, with Kimmel addressing the issue in a monologue on his late-night show. The controversy has also drawn in ESPN, as Rodgers' appearances on The Pat McAfee Show have been a point of contention.

The situation remains unresolved, with Rodgers standing by his comments and refusing to apologize, while Kimmel and others have criticized his statements

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