Tom Crabtree Tweets Hilarious Photo of Aaron Rodgers, Ignites Twitter War
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and former Packers tight end Tom Crabtree still remain very close, despite playing on different teams. All the evidence we needed of their friendship is the Twitter war that was ignited after several hilarious photos were released in an attempt at public ridicule for all to see.
The above photo is that of Rodgers when he was in high school. It was accompanied with Crabtree’s caption: “Boy I sure hope I win the science fair!”
The thing is, Rodgers sort of had it coming, especially after he tweeted the following just three days prior.
Seriously, is there anything worse than a Nickelback burn?
Crabtree initially responded to that tweet with this:
However, I have to say Rodgers’ Nickleback burn is far more hysterical. With that being said, you have to give Crabtree an ‘A’ for effort and creativity by tossing in a One Direction burn. At least he’s trying to stay modern.
The two have exchanged numerous funny barbs back and forth for days. Unfortunately, it has come to a halt for now as Rodgers competes in the Pebble Beach Pro Am. The good news for you is you can witness the Twitter war by visiting @AaronRodgers12 and @itsCrab to see the battle of words.
It’s hard to say if the two will continue with their back and forth, especially since Rodgers will be focusing on golf this weekend. However, I have to imagine he won’t let the high school photo slide, which means expect for more hilarity to ensue.
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