Jake Owen Defends Chase Rice After Playing Concert During Coronavirus Concerns
Country music singers continue to gain weight Chase riceControversial concert during coronavirus.
Over the weekend, the musician known for hit films such as “Lonely If You’re” and “Eyes on You” made headlines after posting a video from his live concert in Tennessee. In the video posted on social media, thousands of fans were shown to lack appropriate social disturbance measures, which has led some to speak.
“Imagine being selfish enough to risk the health of thousands of people, not to mention the potential ripple effect, and play a normal country concert right now.” Kelasa Ballerini Wrote on Twitter. “@ChaseRiceMusic, we all want (and need) to tour. We just care enough to wait for our fans and their families.”
Monday evening, Jake Owen Decided to speak at the concert with a different perspective.
The “American Country Love Song” singer shared on Twitter, “In a world full of hate, be a light. I have sworn that I have heard on the radio stations of my country.” “It’s amazing how many country artists, songwriters and media outlets are quick to throw a shadow over our own people. It’s really sad.”