Fame can have its ups, however, it can also have its downs. Green Bay Packers quarterback, Aaron Rodgers, is no stranger to fame, so he knows both sides of the token- the perks, as well as the downside.
Rodgers was quoted, in a Bleacher report interview, as stating, “I’ve always found that it’s a little inappropriate, to talk publicly about some family matters,” therefore he opted not to speak on certain issues of interest, to the public & to strangers, in general.
The fact of the matter is, no matter what his reasons, or lack there of, when it comes to who he decides to hang around & trust, these are decisions that he must make for himself. If, and when he ever feels comfortable, disclosing the reasons behind any moves that he’s made, he’s bound to make himself clear. As most would agree, auto-biographies have their place.
Irregardless as to whether Rodgers’ makes choices not to associate with particular people, based on practicality or his personal comfort levels- it is during private time, off of the field. Despite the fact that, Rodgers’ decisions were, arguably, deemed “bizarre,” in a Yahoo Sporting News post, they are still choices made at his discretion; definitely a fundamentally basic, American right.