Nation music singers proceed to weigh in on Chase Rice‘s controversial live performance in the course of the Coronavirus.
Over the weekend, the musician recognized for hits like “Lonely If You Are” and “Eyes on You” made headlines after posting a video from his stay live performance in Tennessee. Within the video posted on social media, hundreds of followers appeared to lack correct social distancing measures inflicting some to talk out.
“Think about being egocentric sufficient to place hundreds of individuals’s well being in danger, to not point out the potential ripple impact, and play a NORMAL nation live performance proper now,” Kelsea Ballerini wrote on Twitter. “@ChaseRiceMusic, All of us need (and want) to tour. We simply care about our followers and their households sufficient to attend.”
On Monday night, Jake Owen determined to talk out on the live performance with a special perspective.
“In a world filled with hate, be a lightweight. I swear I’ve heard that on OUR nation radio stations,” the “American Nation Love Tune” singer shared on Twitter. “It is wonderful what number of nation artists, songwriters and media shops are fast to throw shade at our personal folks. Unhappy actually.”