Kenny Mayne Aaron Rodgers interview had a hilarious NSFW jab

The Kenny Mayne Aaron Rodgers interview featured a hilarious NSFW jab from the SportsCenter anchor. 

It was a bittersweet moment for a number of reasons, but the Kenny Mayne interview with Aaron Rodgers delivered.

For Packers fans — and football fans foaming at the mouth for maximum chaos — the interview provided further context from Rodgers surrounding the ongoing drama between the star quarterback and his front office.

The real thing we’ll remember from the interview, however, is how it served as series finale style moment for Kenny Mayne. The longtime ESPN star signed off for the final time on Monday night but not before he gave us one more vintage moment as a parting gift.

At the end of the interview, rather than signing off with well wishes, Mayne tore into Rodgers for telling him to invest in crypto right before it crashed.

”Last time we did the interview thing together, you told me to go heavy in crypto currency game. I did,” Maybe said before launching into a hilarious tirade. “Now we’re down forty percent. I lost my job. Gretchen just wants a new comforter. F**k you, Aaron Rodgers.”

And with that, Mayne stormed off the set and left Rodgers hanging by himself on national television.

It was everything we’ve always loved about Mayne and why he’ll be missed on SportsCenter.

Mayne’s bits rank among the very best moments in ESPN history. There’s a slew of ‘Best Of’ rankings out there about the This Is SportsCenter commercials that helped brand the show and romanticized it, and Mayne is featured in almost every single one of the top ads.

Always playing the goofball who thinks he’s the straight man, with his barbed and extremely dry sense of humor, Mayne let us know that he was grateful for all the years he spent with us.

If we had to say goodbye to Mayne and end an era at ESPN, this was truly the best and only way to do it.

Source: FanSided

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