Aaron Rodgers Owes Some Guy On Twitter $4.5 Million Because Ryan Braun Does Drugs


In 2012 Ryan Braun got a 50-game PED suspension overturned because his urine sample hadn’t been stored correctly. At that time, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers took to Twitter to support his Wisconsin-sports buddy, writing that “MLB and cable sports tried to sully the reputation of an innocent man. Picked the wrong guy to mess with. Truth will set u free.” Asked if he really believed Braun was clean, Rodgers said:

As you may have heard, Ryan Braun was just suspended for the rest of the season for using performance-enhancing drugs. In other words, Aaron Rodgers now has to #ponyup his 2013 salary — $4.5 million — because that’s how bets work, and if you break the Twitter law, well, people will be angry. On Twitter.

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And that’s why you never stick up for your friends, kids. Or make a multi-million dollar bet online. Or take drugs.

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