Monday night's After the Final Rose revealed a lot about JoJo Fletcher and her now-fiancé Jordan Rodgers. It also further confirmed the fact that Jordan's relationship with his NFL quarterback brother, Aaron Rodgers, is still on the rocks.
When host Chris Harrison asked Jordan about his relationship with his brother, he simply avoided the question.
"Anything with my family, JoJo's been a part of my family, and any conversations we have about that moving forward are with us and about us and we're excited about starting that journey with our families," Jordan said. "I'll be in Dallas closer to her family, so we're ready for that."
JoJo also artfully dodged the question of whether she's met Aaron yet.
"No, I mean it's the same situation that it's been, but... it's not the focus for us right now," she said.
In a recent interview, the Green Bay Packers quarterback said it was "a little inappropriate to talk publicly about some family matters" when asked about his brother's participation on ABC's The Bachelorette.
According to USA Today, Aaron and his girlfriend, actress Olivia Munn, weren't there when Jordan took JoJo home to meet his family during the show.
On the show, Jordan warned JoJo that he wasn't particularly close with his older brother.
"It's just kind of the way he's chosen to do life, and I chose to stay close with my family, and my parents and my brother," Jordan said, according to USA Today.
Even in his social media posts, Jordan appears much closer to his other older brother, Luke.
According to USA Today, both Luke and Jordan have captioned photos on Instagram as if Aaron doesn't exist.
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