Jason Aldean has been under fire for months now following the release of the music video for “Try That In A Small Town,” which was blasted all across country radio as a plea to politicians to stop the violence and crime in America’s biggest cities. Aldean and his wife Brittany have been on the defensive for months and Jason has now offered insight into his wife’s mindset while she defends him.
Jason and Brittany have been married for eight years now and have no doubt had plenty of hardships just like any other married couple would. But, they likely never foresaw themselves being tasked with standing their ground against an onslaught of woke cancel-culture folks constantly bashing them.
While the couple likely has always known that their lives would be in the spotlight of country music industry, with Jason’s success being far reaching over the past decade-plus. However, there was no way that they could have anticipated one of those songs becoming a sticking point at the center of a massive political debate.
So now, with the couple finding themselves firmly placed as a rallying cry for conservatives in a hugely divided political climate, Brittany has shown her mettle and stand up for her husband. Jason spoke to Fox News Digital to talk about how much he appreciates the support and bravery that his wife has shown in recent months.
Jason said, “I think she probably gets fired up a little bit because it kind of trickles down because she obviously is on social media and those things a lot more than I am. So, a lot of times it’ll be, you know, she may see something and go, ‘Hey, have you heard about such and such?'”
Jason Aldean said that often, that is how he finds out about the most recent attacks against him and his character. This, coupled with her support, has made Brittany a focal part in him keeping his wits together as he deals with the constant berating that he has received from the Left.
He continued, saying, “Then I go kind of down the rabbit hole looking at stuff, and then I kind of get fired up about it, you know? So, I think we both kind of get fired up about things, but she’s usually the first one with the breaking news.”
Recently, The American Tribune wrote about Aldean’s most recent defense of his song in which he stood by the lyrics and the visuals in the music video that have the Left in such a conniption fit.
He said, “If you’ve got common sense, you can look at the video and see, I’m not sayin’ anything that’s not true.” Continuing, he noted that the controversial riot footage in the video is meant to portray what actually happened in America, distasteful as many people find it: “In the video, I’m showin’ you what happened — I didn’t do it, I didn’t create it — it just happened, and I saw it, and I’m not cool with i.”
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