Gronk's legend continues to grow.
Rob Gronkowski, who has clinched the NFL Super Bowl four times, took a trip to the U.S. Capitol accompanied by his French bulldog, Ralphie. He had discussions with Speaker Kevin McCarthy and several other legislators on Tuesday.
Representing Anivive, a veterinary drug enterprise, Gronkowski visited the Capitol. Anivive is in the process of developing a vaccine against Valley Fever. This fungal disease, stemming from the Coccidioides fungus, affects dogs. The fungus Coccidioides is prevalent in the southwestern region of the U.S. and some areas of Mexico.
While Gronk was at the Capitol, he was approached by Joel Gibbons, a reporter from Daily Caller. Gibbons managed to pose to Gronk what many consider to be the most contentious question in the sports world currently.
“Should men be allowed to play in women’s sports?”
Sure, Gronk responded in his usual comedic style, delivering a memorable "no".
Rob Gronkowski Gives Outright Hilarious ‘No’ After Question On Men In Women’s Sports pic.twitter.com/Sryv5l2Eit
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) September 13, 2023
Judging from Gronk's response, this wasn't a very difficult decision for him. And it shouldn't be a difficult decision for anyone. Shoutout to Gronk for not being afraid to tell the truth.
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