You may have noticed that ALL of Garth Brooks’ social media posts, especially on Instagram, are littered with comments asking him a rather peculiar question:
“Where are the bodies Garth?”
Just a quick Twitter search and you’ll find hundreds and hundreds of comments like this:
Do these fans know something we don’t? Is there some sort of conspiracy being uncovered right in front of our very eyes? Is Garth Brooks actually a serial killer with approximately 200-300 bodies buried somewhere on his property?
Or… is this just a hilarious internet joke (yes) from two professional comedians (Tom Segura and his wife Christina Pazsitzky) that caught fire and now Garth’s comments have officially been hijacked in the funnest possible way? (yes, again)
It all started back in October of 2018 when Garth announced his Stadium Tour, the one that he wanted to call The Big-Ass Stadium Tour. He announced the Big-Ass Stadium Tour with that bizarre-ass video about “getting physical playing music” and how much he “likes that.”
If you don’t remember, here’s a refresher…
Oh, and you’re welcome… this video will bring you hours and hours of enjoyment.
They talked about it more in-depth on an episode of their “Your Mom’s House Podcast,” with Tom coming to the conclusion that Garth has to be a serial killer with bodies buried all over his yard… and then the rest was history.
Garth Brooks, the great and powerful Garth Brooks, Country Music Hall of Famer, one of the greatest live acts in country music history, selling out professional football stadium after professional football stadium, had his entire comment section on Instagram and Twitter hijacked by the rabid following of two hilarious comedians… and I absolutely LOVE it.
The best part? I’m still not even sure if Garth and his team understand what is going because they don’t delete any of the comments.
I mean, it’s been going on for YEARS. Literally, go to Garth Brooks most recent Instagram post, all the way up in 2022 and you’ll find it just littered with trolling comments about dead bodies (and freeing Tom), among others.
Here’s the clip that started it all.
And you can’t forget this one, Garth’s first ever Instagram post.