The Left has accused country music superstar Jason Aldean of racism because of his anti-violence and pro-America song, “Try That In A Small Town.” Aldean has responded by speaking out. In conclusion, it is obvious that Aldean won’t be making an apology anytime soon and will instead choose to strengthen his nationalistic message.
“It’s been a long-a** week,” he said on Friday night in Cincinnati to thousands of concert-goers.
Aldean has been slammed by fellow country artists and dragged into the media because he had the gall to condemn rioting and sucker punches.
“I’ve seen a lot of stuff suggesting I’m this, suggesting I’m that,” he said, prompting boos from the crowd. “Here’s the thing … I feel like everybody’s entitled to their opinion. You can think something all you want to, doesn’t mean it’s true. What I am is a proud American. I am proud to be from here.”
The 46-year-old country singer’s song debuted in May, according to The Daily Wire, but it wasn’t until he produced a music video for it on July 14 that it attracted a backlash.
Due to the Left’s controversy, Country Music Television (CMT) even removed the singer’s music video.
“I love our country. I want to see it restored to what it once was before all this bull**** started happening to us,” he added. The crowd began a “USA! USA! USA!” chant in response.
?? USA Chants Break Out as Jason Aldean Addresses the Media Attacks on Him This Week
“I love our country. I want to see it restored to what it once was before all this bullsh*t started happening to us.”
*From last night’s show in Cincinnati, OH (7/21) pic.twitter.com/VKGRIp0PvD
— Chief Nerd (@TheChiefNerd) July 22, 2023
“Try That In A Small Town” has grown to be one of the most well-liked songs in America, even taking the top spot on iTunes this week, despite the Left’s attempts to effectively cancel Aldean.
You may watch the music video here: