Now that actress Olivia Munn is no longer dating Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, is she rooting for another team—or, worse, the rival?
The Office Christmas Party actress put Packers fans on the defense earlier this week when she posted an Instagram photo of her and actor Nick Swardson, who was wearing a Minnesota Vikings hat. The Vikings are one of the Packers' most hated foes. Many Green Bay fans responded with green and gold hearts—symbolizing the Packers' colors—and support for the Wisconsin-based team.
Munn must have noticed the comments because she shared the exact same picture yesterday with one very noticeable edit—the logo on Swardson's hat was now replaced with a picture of Swardson and Rodgers.
"I should've asked @nickswardson to wear his other favorite hat," Munn wrote in the new photo's caption. "(Note to all friends: Please remove all sports paraphernalia whilst we hang out.)"
This isn't the first time Swardson and Munn have gotten a rise out of Packers fans. Swardson tweeted a picture of him with his arm around Munn wearing the same Vikings hat and purple team colors.
"Football is right around the corner," he tweeted. "I drafted Olivia Munn @oliviamunn #SKOL #MN4Life"
E! News reported that Rodgers and Munn started dating in May 2014, and the couple broke up in April 2017. While a source told E! News that the split occurred because the two celebrities were "on two different pages of life," there seemed to be other contributing factors.
For instance, Rodgers received a lot of attention after his brother Jordan Rodgers appeared on JoJo Fletcher's season of The Bachelorette and told his now-fiancée that Rodgers doesn't really speak to his family. Rodgers' father Ed Rodgers also did an interview with The New York Times.
"Fame can change things," he told the paper.
Rodgers recently opened up about his dating life to ESPN.
"When you are living out a relationship in the public eye, it's definitely ... it's difficult," he told ESPN. "It has some extra constraints, because you have other opinions about your relationship, how it affects your work and, you know, just some inappropriate connections."
Munn shared her support for Rodgers during the media frenzy surrounding the family drama on Instagram.
"So proud of this team," she wrote, referencing the Packers after a big loss. "They faced a lot of adversity on and off the field, but battled to get this far. THANK YOU to those of you who encouraged and supported them by choosing to put only positive energy. It helped them get this far."
The couple also shared two dogs, Frankie and Chance, who Munn still posts pictures of on Instagram; although the pups do have their own accounts: @frankierodgers12 and @chancerodgers12. Notably, 12 is the number on Rodgers' jersey.
Both the Vikings and Packers won their first games of the season, so it looks like we'll have to wait until the rest of the season to really settle the score. But for now, it looks like it's Munn: one, Instagram haters: zero.