Jason Aldean Crushes Cancel Culture, Country Music Fans Rally for USA and Free Speech

After a massive round of threats from leftists- the country music scene rallied behind one of their favorite artists, Jason Aldean, whose music retention of brave, patriotic small towns was celebrated by American patriots and trash-talked by people who didn’t find their America First, love of country and celebration of American heritage so great.

“Aldean isn’t backing down from the storm of criticism he received over his song, “Try That in a Small Town,” which many on the left believe is downright racist. The country star addressed a packed crowd at his Friday concert in Cincinnati, Ohio.

The footage begins with Aldean pacing back and forth on stage while saying,  “It’s been a long week, and I’ve seen a lot of stuff suggesting I’m this, suggesting I’m that.”

He then said everyone is entitled to their own thoughts and opinions, but that doesn’t mean what they say is true.

Aldean went on to explain he’s proud to be an American who loves his country and hopes to restore it “to what it once was before all this bulls—t started happening to us.”

He ended his 2-minute speech by addressing cancel culture and how it can “try to ruin your life.” TMZ reported about the following footage that went viral:

Fox News reported on the situation for Aldean fans, late last week after days of threats and temper tantrums:

Aldean addressed criticism he’s faced throughout the week following the release of the music video for his latest hit, “Try That in a Small Town.”

In new videos surfacing on social media, Aldean joked he’s had “a long-a– week.” 

It’s been a long week, and I’ve seen a lot of stuff,” the country singer said between songs. “I’ve seen a lot of stuff suggesting I’m this, suggesting I’m that.”

On Instagram Tuesday, Aldean, 46, rejected the notion that his new tune, which hit airwaves in May and only recently received visuals, referenced “race or points to it.”

In the music video, Aldean touts how small towns wouldn’t put up with the kind of riots and lawlessness many cities across the country faced during the summer of 2020.

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