Chicken sandwich named after Aaron Rodgers is being served in California

After losing to the 49ers week one, Aaron Rodgers refused to fulfill a bet he made with the R&B group Boyz II Men in which he was supposed to wear a 49ers jersey (Credit: AP Photo)

Week one when the Green Bay Packers took on the San Francisco 49ers, it was reported that Aaron Rodgers and the members of Boyz II Men made a small bet. If the Boyz II Men performed the National Anthem before the game, Aaron Rodgers had to don a San Francisco jersey if his team lost. The Packers lost and Rodgers went on to claim the bet was not serious, despite the Boyz II Men tweeting otherwise. In the end, Rodgers never wore the 49ers jersey.

It looked as though the bet would go away. However, that all changed this week while the Boyz II Men are performing at a L.A. county fair show in Pomona, California. In hopes of reminding the group about their wager with Rodgers, a sports bar at the fairgrounds called Finish Line Sports is serving a special called Aaron Rodgers Cry Baby Chicken Club.

The bar owner tells TMZ that each ARCBCC will be served on San Francisco sourdough bread and with 49er fries on the side.

Some people will never forget.





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