Shailene Woodley is standing by her beau while simultaneously taking down an innocent man.
On Nov. 9, the "Divergent" star posted screenshots from a tabloid news story claiming to show Aaron Rodgers, her fiancé, getting coffee. The actress, though, was quick to disparage the story, insisting that the man in the published images isn't the Green Bay Packers Quarterback. She can tell, she believes, by the man's hands, feet and car — all of which she passively shamed.
"literally y'all need to calm the f*** down. this is straight up HILARIOUS. news outlets STILL grasping at straws to disparage aaron. finding random f****** men on the streets of la and saying it's him," she wrote on her Instagram Story.
The "Big Little Lies" alum then drew circles around not-Aaron's feet.
"i know aaron's body. VERY well. first off, his feet, ahem and no offense to this rando dude, are a LOT bigger. ;)," she wrote.
Shailene continued to chastise the story by pointing to the man's hands, saying Aaron's are hairier.
The coup de grace came when Shailene shared an image of the unsuspecting man in his car and insinuated that the ride wasn't good enough for the NFL MVP.
"also, cute car dude, but aaron would never drive this," she wrote.
Aaron has been on the defensive over the past week after he was accused of lying to the media about his vaccination status and of shunning the NFL's COVID protocols for unvaccinated players.
Before the NFL season started, a reporter asked the athlete if he was vaccinated. He replied, "Yeah, I'm immunized." Although it's well within Aaron's right to not be vaccinated, many in sports media now feel that he lied or was purposely being deceitful with his answer.
Last week, Aaron blamed the "woke mob" for the controversy while speaking on The Pat McAfee Show.
As for why he didn't follow then NFL's required rules for unvaccinated players, he said, "In my opinion, they weren't based on science. They were more based in a shame-based environment to try and get as many guys vaccinated as possible so the league looks better to the rest of the world."