“He’s a THIEF,” 94.5 FM CANCEL Brett Favre from “Jen, Gabe & Chewy” show amidst alleged involvement in Mississippi Welfare Fund scandal

ESPN Milwaukee have stopped Brett Favre's appearance on the 94.5 FM due to his involvement in the Mississippi Welfare Fund scandal.

Brett Favre

Former Green Bay Packers quarterback Brett Favre has been involved in a major scandal in the recent days which has been featured in every newspaper and popular media platforms across the United States. Brett Favre has been accused of diverting funds from the Social Welfare Fund of Mississippi for his own personal gain.

It has been revealed via the leaked messages between Brett Favre and governor Phil Bryant that Favre asked the governor to provide him funds meant for the underprivileged section to build a Volleyball Stadium at his alma mater and daughter’s college

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94.5 WKTI-FM breaks association with Brett Favre amidst Social Welfare Fund scandal

Brett Favre
Brett Favre

It is obvious that many popular brands which have been associated with Brett Favre have broken connections with him which now includes the 94.5 WKTI-FM. The former Green Bay Packers quarterback had signed a deal with 94.5 FM to feature on a show named “Jen, Gabe & Chewy” which was set to be a 30 minute show having interviews set to air every Monday. However, Good Karma Brands and ESPN Milwaukee have now decided to back off from this deal after signing up Brett Favre ahead of the 2022 season.

While others like Front Office Sports, Hallow, a Catholic prayer app, and Odyssey Health, a medical technology company have also decided to follow the same route, Copper Fit, a compression sleeve company decided to stay with Brett Favre and said that he “has always acted honorably, and we know him to be a very decent man.”

Copper Fit has worked with Brett Favre for nearly nine years,” Copper Fit said. “He has always acted honorably, and we know him to be a very decent man. To our knowledge, he was cleared of any wrong-doing two years ago. We are confident that will be the case in the civil suit,” they said in an official statement.

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Somdeb is a Football and NFL writer at FirstSportz since 2020. He has been interested in football since 2014 and is currently pursuing a Master's degree in Economics. He is an avid football and cricket fan and tries to channel his passion for the game into his writing,