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Travis Kelce has laughed off Aaron Rodgers taunting him with ‘Mr Pfizer’ comments over the Kansas City Chiefs star – who is dating Taylor Swift – starring in an advert about getting vaccinated.

Kelce, who turned 34 this week, responded to the comments from the New York Jets quarterback – who is an open anti-vaxxer – at a press conference on Friday.

‘I thought it was pretty good,’ Kelce said with a smile. ‘With the mustache, I look like someone named Mr. Pfizer

‘Who knew I’d get into vax wars with Aaron Rodgers, man? Mr. Pfizer against the Johnson and Johnson family over there,’ Kelce continued, referencing Jets owner Woody Johnson’s ties to the pharmaceutical company (his great-grandfather co-founded it and Johnson inherited shares of the company).

‘Once I got the vaccine – I got it because of keeping myself safe, my family safe, people in this building. So yeah I stand by it, on thousand per cent. I am fully comfortable with him calling me ‘Mr Pfizer”. 

Travis Kelce spoke to the media on Friday and laughed off Aaron Rodgers’ ‘Mr Pfizer’ quip

Travis Kelce on Aaron Rodgers calling him “Mr. Pfizer” on Tuesday:

“I thought it was pretty good. With the mustache, I look like someone named Mr. Pfizer. Who knew I’d get into vax wars with Aaron Rodgers, man? Mr. Pfizer against the Johnson and Johnson family over there.”… https://t.co/gTNfrcmnv1 pic.twitter.com/KubjHD0gEr

— Ari Meirov (@MySportsUpdate) October 6, 2023

Travis Kelce chatted with Aaron Rodgers before his Chiefs beat the Jets on Sunday night

Aaron Rodgers was hurt in Week 1 (right) but is hoping to return, likely next season. Swift (left) attended Sunday’s Chiefs-Jets game, where Kansas City squeaked out a 23-20 victory

Kelce and Rodgers were seen talking before the Chiefs’ 23-20 win over the Jets last Sunday, which the quarterback missed due to his Week 1 Achilles tear.

Rodgers has been out since injuring himself just four plays into his Jets career in the season opener vs. the Bills.

The former Packers quarterback misled the public in August 2021 when he said he’d be ‘immunized’ against coronavirus – which fans and the media alike took to mean that he was vaccinated.

However, his vaccination status was revealed months later when he tested positive for COVID.

Rodgers later said on the Pat McAfee Show in 2021 that he’d he followed his own ‘immunization protocol,’ but did not expand further on what that meant.

‘I’m not, you know, some sort of anti-vax, flat-earther,’ he said in the interview. ‘I am somebody who’s a critical thinker.’

Kelce has been in the limelight recently for his budding romance with Taylor Swift, who has attended his last two games vs. the Bears and at the Jets.

And the Kansas City star is evidently loving the attention he’s been getting, saying Friday that he’s ‘even more on top of the world’ than when he won the Super Bowl this year.

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