Jason Aldean slams cancellation culture, stuck on career’s best-performing single

old cancellation culture Looking at it again, trying to present results that look like rewards in the end. country singer Jason Aldean’s “Try It in a Small Town” possibly taken from CMT’s music video lineup, But he has so far come out relatively unscathed from the song controversy. In fact, it seems that he has come out of this controversy better than before. But that didn’t stop him from complaining.

“It’s been a long week and I’ve seen a lot. I have seen many things which suggest that I am this, suggest that I am. Here’s the point, here’s one thing I feel: I think everybody’s entitled to their opinion,” Aldean said Friday at a concert at the Riverbend Music Center in Cincinnati, Ohio (per) weekly entertainment, “You can think whatever you want, doesn’t mean it’s true, right?”

Right: As Aldean reportedly thinks “Try That in a Small Town” is just a celebration of classic Americana, when others have accurately criticized the message as threatening violence against people of various political ideologies. Who can say what the “true” interpretation of “I’ve got a gun my grandpa gave me/They say they’ll collect it one day/Well that shit’s flying in town, good luck”?

Aldean declared during his concert, “I am a proud American.” “I am proud to be from here. I love my country, I want it to be restored to the condition it was in before all this nonsense happened to us. I love my country, I love my family and I will do everything possible to protect it. I can tell you that right now.” He then went on to denounce “cancel culture”, adding, “If people don’t like what you say, they try to make sure they can cancel you, which means you try to ruin your life, ruin everything.”

It turns out that there’s really nothing wrong with Jason Aldean, and in fact, “Try That in a Small Town” peaked at number two on the Billboard Hot 100. Board The announcement was made on Monday. This is a new high for Aldean, whose previous highest-charting single “Dirt Road Anthem” only peaked at #7. According to hollywood reporterFollowing the controversy, streams of the song increased by 999 percent from 987,000 to 11.7 million.

As it turns out, it’s only beneficial to be divisive. who thought Some of those streams may have come from people who were purely curious to see what all the fuss was about, but many likely came from the exact audience Aldean was courting. It’s a defiant, right-wing audience best represented by some of Aldean’s defenders Donald Trump And Ron DeSantis, On the other hand, many have condemned the track for its overtones of racism and is reminiscent of a Pro-lynching attitude. Her opponents include Sheryl Crow, Jason Isbell, Margo Price and Show Hosts Sunny Hostin and Joy Behar,


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