From Aaron Lewis and Brantley Gilbert concerts, to college football games around the country, and even the Ryder Cup, “F*ck Joe Biden” chants have been all over social media for the past few weeks.
And then of course there was this incident at the NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Talladega after Brandon Brown took the checkered flag and the crowd was clearly chanting “F*ck Joe Biden” as Brown was being interviewed.
NBC reporter Kelli Stavast did her best to spin it, claiming the crowd was chanting “Let’s go Brandon,” but it didn’t work.
And another video has recently made its rounds on social media of the chant popping up at a Luke Bryan concert in Ohio.
As the chant picks up, Luke laughs and plays along to the beat on his guitar before jokingly telling the crowd:
“Well that’s not nice…”
He concludes with:
“Oh, I love y’all.”
Seems like the chant won’t be going away any time soon – especially now that “Let’s go Brandon” has also entered the mix.
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Luke Bryan Gets Kicked In The Head?
Wouldn’t you think Luke Bryan would have a crew to fix things for him while he’s on stage so that…well, so that he doesn’t get kicked in the head?
Things got hairy at Luke’s recent concert in Phoenix when apparently the haze machine by the stage was putting out a little too much smoke for Luke’s liking.
Now, what do you think most artists would do in this situation? My guess would be either 1) Slip to the side of the stage for a second and ask your team to move it, or 2) Use the microphone right in front of your face to ask somebody to move it.
Well that’s not what Luke did.
He took matters into his own hands and decided to jump off the stage and push the damn thing over. A little aggressive, but I guess he was just really pissed at all the smoke.
I mean, he knows those things have cords and on/off switches right?
The problem is that his stage manager noticed what was going on and also ran out to take care of the smoke machine. And as his manager was trying to get off the stage himself, he managed to kick Luke right in the back of the head.
Luke hopped back up onstage and launched into his next song like nothing had happened, and then addressed the mishap later in the show:
“So smoke machines dry my shit out.
So that smoke machine was blowing up my ass so I went down there to cut the smoke machine off and my stage manager jumps down there and kicks me in the back of the head.
And I thought a speaker fell on my head.”