The Chicago Tribune did a heck of a job trolling the break-up of Olivia Munn and Aaron Rodgers.
America’s favorite (least favorite?) celebrity couple appears to be no more. People Magazine led the way with a report that Green Bay Packers’ Quarterback Aaron Rodgers and actress Olivia Munn have broken up.
Ordinarily, I wouldn’t even consider committing any space on this website for Aaron Rodgers news that didn’t directly affect the Chicago Bears, so certainly why should it matter that Rodgers and Munn are no longer an item?
It certainly doesn’t matter to me, but, after the tremendous troll job by the Chicago Tribune, it’s worth a mention.
No surprise, when news of this surfaced this morning, social media exploded. Every football site and every tabloid were scurrying to put up an article and make mention about the end of Rodgers and Munn. The Tribune also posted an article and tweeted it out to the social media world, but not without putting a huge troll job on Rodgers.
A truly tremendous job throwing shade at the Packers’ QB. We see troll jobs done all the time on twitter, but usually by fans and faceless accounts. It’s always fun when an official site takes a jab at someone. Nothing hurtful here, just a nice subtle burn by the Trib. Well done.
To no surprise, the replies to the Tribune are quite great as well.
Just another day on social media.