Jay Cutler is retired from the NFL, but he’s not shutting down his social media. This is especially true when it comes to his controversial opinions. He recently revealed through Twitter that he almost had a commercial for Uber Eats in the bag, but ended up losing the opportunity as his views on COVID-19 was a conflict.
“Lost a commercial with Uber eats partnering with the NFL. Was going to film in LA, “views aren’t aligned.” Guess they don’t like future School board members. Frees up my weekend,” Cutler tweeted out much to fans’ surprise.
The 38-year old former NFL superstar recently talked about wanting to be on board of the Tennessee’s Williamson County’s school board, as they announced a temporary mandate on keeping the mask on while attending school, as children who are unable to get vaccinated can avoid being carriers of the virus to them. He was very outspoken on Twitter about this as he fired back:
Not this parent. Really hope I’m not put in the corner by Twitter in my first 24 hrs.
Even though his anti-coronavirus stance is causing people to contest his point of view and sparking controversy further, Cutler stood by his opinions. This also exemplifies how headstrong he is about it.
Cutler and Kristin Cavallari are separated and co-parenting their three kids Camden, 9, and Jaxon, 7, and daughter Saylor, 5. Cavallari revealed to US Weekly that the kids are their top-priority, no matter what. We’ll have to see if Cutler wins that school board seat in the process.
What’s your take on this story? Sound off in the comments!