It appears Olivia Munn may feel Aaron Rodgers family may be to blame when it comes to his team's stunning loss against the Atlanta Falcons over the weekend, knocking them out of the playoffs just one game shy of the Super Bowl.
The actress, who is often cited as being the potential reason for the rift between the Green Bay Packers Quarterback and his family, posted a statement about how proud she was of the team for taking things as far as they did this season on social media, which seemed to take a dig at the negative attention the family feud stories in it's second half.
"So proud of this team. They faced a lot of adversity on and off the field, but battled to get this far," she shared in a hand-written note. "THANK YOU to those of you who encouraged and supported them by choosing to put out only positive energy. It helped them get this far."
Adding to the comment, TerezOwens.com noticed that she then liked comments on the post by fans who negatively slammed Rodgers' family, who had been in the press in recent weeks for discussing the rift they've had with him since 2014, around the same time he started dating Munn.
Among the comments Munn liked were ones which blamed his family for causing "negative distractions" and "tried very hard to wreck his momentum."
The feud was reopened when Rodgers' father did an interview where he discussed things and said he would not be in attendance at the big game over the weekend.
The public learned of the turmoil when his brother, Jordan, appeared on The Bachelorette last year and told JoJo Fletcher, who he ended the show engaged to, that she wouldn't be meeting his brother when she came to his hometown to meet his family, because of a rift between them for the last few years. The confession was later punctuated strongly with a shot of the dining table when the family all sat down to eat, and two empty seats were there for Rodgers and Munn, who were not present.