Steve Harvey Shares His Take On Why White People Love Country Music: “The Stuff Be True”

Steve Harvey country music

Not everything Steve Harvey says makes people happy.

In fact, there have been plenty of time when people are pretty outraged by his comments. Either way, he’s managed to build quite the fanbase over the years as a talk show host, radio host, game show host and author.

But whether you’re a fan or not, this one might make you laugh.

A woman from the audience has a question for Steve about her husband’s taste in music, specifically… country music.

Here’s what she said:

“Hi Steve, I’m black and Filipino and my husband is white, and he’s the whitest white guy you’ll ever meet.

He keeps a baseball cap in his back pocket and he loves his country. He loves his Garth Brooks, and he loves George Strait and Reba McEntire.

He’s always trying to get me to listen to country music but I can’t get into it, for two reasons. One) the lyrics are too slow, depressing… and the beat, I can’t twerk, I can’t drop it down low and bring back up.

So my question to you is why do white people love country music?”

Take it away, Harvey.

Jamie Foxx Covers George Strait’s “You Look So Good In Love”

“Make some noise for the sexiness of George Strait’s music.”

Jamie Foxx is a jack of all trades. Actor, comedian, singer, songwriter, producer, and BIG George Strait guy.

Back in 2009, CBS hosted a tribute concert for the King of Country Music, featuring performances from Alan Jackson, Miranda Lambert, Dierks Bentley and more, but it was Jamie’s soulful performance of “You Look So Good In Love” that left people in awe.

Before kicking off the performance, Jamie shared a hilarious, yet heartwarming intro about growing up in Texas as a young, black, George Strait fan.

“Black fans too, George; you got black fans too.

I’m from a good old town called Terrell, Texas. . . . You came to Terrell, Texas, one time when I was 14 years old, and I told everybody, ‘I don’t care what side of the tracks I gotta go over, I’m going on the other side of the tracks to see George Strait.’

I took a big risk that night.”

This one never gets old.

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock