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Wednesday, June 19, 2024

Garth Brooks Rushes to Bud Light’s Defense, Calls Boycotters ‘A-Holes’

'Garth Brooks is an American woke poser. Don’t buy his down home country BS. He’s as woke as they come... '

(Corine GattiHeadline USACountry music legend Garth Brooks has a nasty message for anyone who disagrees with him.

In a recent interview, Brooks said Bud Light will be served at his new Nashville bar, despite backlash surrounding the beer brand’s partnership with transgender influencer Dylan Mulvaney, and if you don’t agree with him, you’re an a-hole.

Brooks said he wanted to be the Chick-fil-A of honky-tonks by serving every brand of beer, he told Billboard magazine. “Our thing is this if you [are let] into this house, love one another. If you’re an a–hole, there are plenty of other places on lower Broadway.”

Brooks said his reason to sell Bud Light went beyond the current boycott of the weak brew.

“In my existence, one a**hole can turn the whole tide down there. My thing is, let’s create a place that you feel safe in,” Brooks said about his bar Friends In Low Places Bar & Honky Tonk being built on Broadway Street in Nashville.

But calling your target audience and potential customers who expressed opinions about pushing transgender rights as “a-holes,” is causing a stir on Twitter.

 

“What an ass this guy is,” tweeted another disgusted commentator. “Garth Brooks defends Bud Light, has nasty message for anyone who disagrees with him…”

Both singers John Rich and Kid Rock have bars on Broadway Street as well. They have both taken a stand against the popular beer due to its affiliation with Mulvaney and refused to sell it at their bars in Nashville.

Brooks has ticked off country fans in the past. He received backlash from country music fans for performing at the inauguration of President Joe Biden. Brooks explained that his decision to perform was based on his belief in the message of unity that was being promoted.

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