Conservatives aren’t happy about this one.
Garth Brooks, the renowned figure in country music, expressed his strong disapproval towards individuals participating in a boycott against Bud Light. He labeled them as “a**holes” and made a firm commitment to featuring the beer brand at his recently established Nashville bar.
According to Breitbart, Brooks’ recent comments have sparked a wave of discontent among his fans, leading to a growing revolt. Many individuals have expressed their intention to cease listening to his music in response to his statements.
During a recent interview, Garth Brooks made derogatory remarks towards a substantial number of beer consumers who feel frustrated with what they perceive as the imposition of the transgender agenda. Brooks expressed his determination to retain Bud Light on the menu at his establishment, named the Friends In Low Places Bar & Honky Tonk.
According to reports, during a Q&A session for Billboard’s Country Live in Conversation, Garth Brooks affirmed that his establishment would serve every brand of beer, stating that it was not within their purview to make such a decision.
Brooks went on to say, “If you come into this house, love one another. If you’re an a**hole, there are plenty of other places on lower Broadway.”
In the midst of declining sales for Bud Light, which followed the collaboration between Anheuser-Busch’s brand and transgender influencer Dylan Mulvaney for beer promotion, Garth Brooks’ remarks have added to the ongoing conversation. According to Breitbart News, Bud Light experienced a substantial decrease of 24.6 percent in sales within six weeks following the Mulvaney controversy.
The recent comment made by Garth Brooks referring to certain individuals as “a**holes” has ignited a backlash among his fan base. Fans of the singer have started to revolt against him in response to his remark.