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Packers’ endzone celebration appears to show players miming an AYAHUASCA ritual


The Green Bay Packers created quite a stir on social media with fans pointing out one of their touchdown celebrations appeared to be a reference to Aaron Rodgers’ public admission to using ayahuasca.

The team’s star quarterback made waves across the world earlier in the summer when he credited his back-to-back MVP awards to the effects of the Amazonian psychedelic drug, which he first used on a trip to Peru in 2020.

Earlier this month he admitted to dabbling in ayahuasca again this year and after finding Allen Lazard in their Week 2 game with the Chicago Bears, the Packers endzone celebration seemed to show players miming an ayahuasca ritual.

Lazard took the football and pretended to pour something from it and hand it to his teammates with those stars then collapsing to the ground.

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