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Well, I can’t belief it but it has finally come. The day what I never imagined… Florida-Georgia Line’s last concert has happened. They have said their just taking a break but that’s what my ex-wife said too and that bitch is living in Gwata malla or something.
Any way, we’re hear to honor the glorious career of Florida-Georgia Line, the greatest country band in history! They paved the way for country music to not be lame and sad like it used to be and opened doors for awesome singers like Walker Hayes, Mitchell Ten Penny, and Morgan Walling. I can’t thank them enough for making country music great again.
Man, all the times I macked on honeys at a bar while “Cruise” was playing. They new I was a man of distinct coolness when I new every word! I’d take em back on a back road in my lifted Raptor and give em the disappointment of their lifes, but hell their’s more fish in the sea.
Me and my boys did many a keg stand listening to “This is How We Roll” and then we went out for a drive and listened too it some more and threw stuff at signs. Those were the days!
Now, FGL has a lot of critics, so let’s be honest. Were they the best singers? Probably just top 5 all time in that cat a gory. Were they the best lyric writers? Hell yes. Did there songs kick the most ass? You are motherf***ing right! So suck it critics. This band changed the face of are favorite music for the better so go listen to you’re sad boy American Airconditioner or Taylor Simpson or what ever and let me enjoy my good time classic country from Brian and Tyler!
I’m sad too see them go, but I will always cherish the mammaries. Don’t cry because its over, smile be cause of the good times what was. I wish I had been they're for there last show, but I was their in spirit! I hope the crowd pumped those fists, sang those songs, drank those beers, staired at them girls in cut off shorts. Dam that sounds like heaven. Anyway, thank you FGL for the grate music guys!
Pour out a Fireball for da boyz!
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“I became a Morgan Wallen fan because he wasn’t afraid to say what was on his mind,” said an angry Vernel Peacock of Tallahassee, FL. “But now he’s just like, putting out music and touring and stuff.”
“I’m worried he’s becoming a liberal,” said a concerned Lela Pritchard of West Memphis, AR. “If he’s holding his tongue while all this bad s*** is happening in our country, then maybe they got to him.” She went on to lament his lack of Confederate flags in his merchandise and his following through on his pledge to donate to to black-led charities after being caught on camera saying the n-word last year.
The influx of fans aboard the Morgan Wallen train oddly coincided with his controversial statement last year, many of them admitting they were not even country fans prior to the incident. Wallen sold over 2 millions albums in 2021 alone, surely because of the growth of his songwriting and vocals, and for no other unseemly reasons.
“When ar u gonna confront what there doing to are country and rioting an burning cities and steel are election and stop being afraid of cancel culture again? I miss the ole Morgen Walling who wasn’t afraid of “WORDS” Not so Dangerous are you?” [sic] read a Facebook reply to one of Wallen’s posts. It was unclear what this had to do with Wallen announcing his newest single “You Proof,” but it was apparently heavy in the thoughts of Terry Lee Redding of Angola, IN.
At press time, only 52% of 2021 Dangerous purchasers had actually listened to the album.