“Man bun? That’s not a thing”: Charles Barkley says Aaron Rodgers is actually “too cheap” to get a haircut

Charles Barkley made it absolutely clear that he is not really a big fan of Aaron Rodgers' hairstyle

Charles Barkley, Aaron Rodgers

Aaron Rodgers is one of the biggest stars in the world of the NFL. One just can’t deny that he is indeed a fantastic quarterback who still has a lot left in him. Ahead of the 2022 season, there was a lot of speculation about where Aaron will end up playing.

The air around Rodgers’ future in the NFL cleared when he announced that he will continue to play for the Packers. Although the reigning MVP hasn’t been able to guide his team to a Super Bowl title since 2011, the Packers just couldn’t afford to leave him out.

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“Get a haircut man”: Charles Barkley to Aaron Rodgers

Aaron Rodgers
Aaron Rodgers

When it comes to Aaron, it is a well-known fact that he always finds himself amidst some kind of controversy which is why a lot of people have a variety of opinions about him. Most recently, Rodgers appeared on Inside the NBA Sunday to promote his highly-anticipated golf clash against Josh Allen and Patrick Mahomes.

During the show, Charles Barkley had a few things to say about the star QB’s hairstyle. He called it as a ‘wilderness look’ and laughed it off alongside Shaq. That’s not all, he had a very specific suggestion about Aaron’s “man-bun.”

The man bun?,” Barkley asked. “That’s not a thing. It’s called too cheap to get a haircut. Get a haircut, Aaron,” he claimed. Of course, it was all in good fun and Aaron had a big smile on his face when all the comments were being made.

Lately, Rodgers made the headlines when he decided to skip his brother’s wedding and jsut before that, Matthew Stafford’s wife Kelly had lashed out at him for something that Aaron never claimed. Needless to say, even if he is at home doing nothing, the universe will conspire to somehow land him amidst a controversy and the best part is, he doesn’t really seem to mind it.

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