Danica Patrick Sends Strong Message To Next Boyfriend, Shades Aaron Rodgers In The Process

Danica Patrick Sends Message To Next Boyfriend Shades Aaron Rodgers

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In case you missed it, Aaron Rodgers and Danica Patrick are no longer a thing (something the internet figured out before they even announced it).

We’re still not sure what the two of them are going to do with the insane $28 million oceanside mansion they bought together and paid CASH for over last winter, but we do know that based on the passive-agressive shading that’s been happening between the two of them, it may not have ended very well.

Last week, Rodgers said on The Pat McAfee Show, “I have just a new and increased love of life. And I’ve made decisions and changes and habits that put me in a lot better head space and there’s just a lot of things that have come together in my life over the last few months that have really been enjoyable and reminded me, given me perspective, on life and in football to view things through the most positive lens I possibly can.”

Sounds like he’s happy to be single, doesn’t it?

You know who else sounds like she’s happy to be single? Danica Patrick.

During an appearance coming up next week on The Rachel Hollis Show on Quibi, the 38-year-old Patrick explained what she was looking for in her next boyfriend, and in the process made it sound like Rodgers wasn’t that great.

“I’m getting more to me. I’m figuring out like, dude, the next guy has his work cut out for him because my intuition, my standards, my boundaries, my wants and needs are off the charts because I’ve gotten to know me so much more,” said Patrick. “So it’s gonna be so much more narrow and specific. And I think that’s the challenge with a relationship.”

She also added, “And I said this at the beginning of the last relationship. I was like, ‘Look. You either grow together. One grows and one doesn’t. Or you grow apart.’ I have never experienced growth without pain.”


Patrick also recently posted to Instagram, “You’ll never forget the day you didn’t need a safety net anymore, and you figured out how to hold yourself up. Life is full of analogies. And I love analogies.”