Hold on, don't you know Alan Jackson killed country music by covering Snoop ... oh wait, that's that other guy's line.
When I saw that there was a comment, I honestly expected it to be from that guy. ~Trailer
Well, anon, you're half right. Alan Jackson did kill country music, but he did NOT cover Snoop Dogg. That little shart did cover other rappers, namely Akon ("Don't Matter"), Wiz Khalifa ("We Dem Boyz"), Future ("Mask Off"), Shaquille O'Neal ("I Know I Got Skillz"), Post Malone ("Psycho"), Big Sean ("Dance A$$"), Lil Wayne ("Love Me"), and Soulja Boy ("Turn My Swag On"). Either way, Alan Jackson is just as much of a disgrace to country music as FGL. Saying that Alan Jackson is country is like saying that Syria and Afghanistan are peaceful, developed countries.– Jacob Lawton Tran Gaines#AlanJacksonKilledCountry
Modern Alan Jackson songs, you mean the same bro-country hair metal/hip-hop hybrid dreck FGL puts out. Yep, Alan Jackson is as much of a disgrace to real country as FGL or his buddies Walker and Hunter Hayes, Sam Hunt, Luke Bryan, Cole Swindell, etc. And speaking of modern Alan Jackson songs, even worse, every single Alan Jackson song since 2008 has been produced by rapper Polow da Don, known for his work with various fellow rappers including Chris Brown, Nicki Minaj, Nelly, Rich Boy, Travis Scott, and 21 Savage. I repeat, every modern Alan Jackson song (since 2008) has been produced by a rapper, Polow da Don. Wow, that is so country, hoss! In fact, only a village idiot would ever believe that Alan Jackson is real country, after what he did to country music, making it look dumb and ignorant (like in his stupid 9/11-exploiting song where he couldn't tell the difference between Iraq and Iran) and living up to country stereotypes in many of his songs (such as “Where I Come From”, “Jim and Jack and Hank”, “Country Boy”, and “It’s Alright to be a Redneck”). And of course, we all know Alan JOKEson covered several rap songs at his concerts, namely Akon’s “Don’t Matter”, Wiz Khalifa’s “We Dem Boyz”, Shaquille O Neal's “(I Know I Got) Skillz”, Lil Wayne's "Love Me", Future's "Mask Off", and Big Sean's "Dance (A$$)". What else do I need to say that hasn't already been said. Alan Jackson is to country music what water is to fire. There are of course many people who view country music as a laughing stock. The majority of that blame can, and rightfully should, be placed on Alan Jackson, after what I have already said. Alan Jackson is truly the Nickelback of country music. What a joke.– Jacob Lawton Tran Gaines#AlanJacksonKilledCountry
This is such a weird parody account.
You're fucking dumb if you think this is a parody account. I am telling the truth about this poseur Alan Jackson. He's as country as Justin Bieber, considering what he done for country music, dumbing down the genre and spilling hip-hop influences into it as well. Alan Jackson did to country music what that asteroid did to the dinosaurs. Country music will look back on Alan Jackson unfavorably for what he really is, a complete and utter DISGRACE to this once proud genre. Those Farmers Only commercials are more country than him.– Jacob Lawton Tran Gaines#AlanJacksonKilledCountry