Country Music LEGEND Goes Woke – It Doesn’t End Well

( – Country music artist Garth Brooks, 61, is facing backlash from fans after his announcement regarding his new bar and the boycott of Bud Light.

Amidst the boycott of the beer, Brooks said his new Nashville bar, Friends In Low Places Bar & Honky Tonk, would be selling “every brand of beer” when it opens. Brooks stated he wants his new bar to “be a place you feel safe in.”

Brooks also stated that there were other places to go “If you’re an a**hole.”

He was making a reference to two other bars which have stopped selling Bud Light, Redneck Riviera, which is owned by John Rich, and Big A** Honky Tonk Rock N’ Roll Steakhouse, which is owned by Kid Rock.

Bud Light, as well other Anheuser-Busch owned products, have been the target of a boycott since April 1, when transgender influencer Dylan Mulvaney shared partnership posts with her and Bud Light on her “365th day of womanhood” with the 11 million followers of her social media accounts. Bud Light sales have declined ever since with Anheuser-Busch losing over $27 billion in market value as of June 2.

The comments by Brooks have left fans in an uproar, with some saying they would not attend anymore of his concerts and throw out his music.

One tweet said, “My trash bin is full.” Another fan welcomed Brooks to the boycott.

A tweet from Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz took aim at Brooks for cheating on his first wife, Sandy Mahl, with fellow country music artist Trisha Yearwood, who is his current wife. Gaetz wondered what kind of person that makes Brooks.

On June 9, bar owner John Rich commented on the situation on Fox News, saying Brooks can serve Bud Light if he wants, but that many people may not be ordering it.

In an effort to boost sales this summer, Anheuser-Busch has stated it will triple its marketing spending in the United States.

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