Garth Brooks is opening a new bar in Nashville’s Lower Broadway area. It’s called “Friends in Low Places Bar & Honky-Tonk,” and it’s scheduled to open this summer. Exciting news for country music fans! Or… is it? Cuz Deadline reports that, during a panel at Billboard Country Live this week, 61-year-old Garth revealed that his bar will sell “every brand of beer,” including Bud Light. Transphobes like Kid Rock and Travis Tritt are currently boycotting Bud Light for partnering with trans influencer Dylan Mulvaney. But Garth says people who come to his bar will “love one another,” and the assholes can go elsewhere. Daaaamn, do I like Garth Brooks? Also, which one is Garth Brooks? According to Google, not the one married to Faith Hill. Well, who da thunk it?
Country Singer Travis Tritt Joins Kid Rock In Boycotting Bud Light For Partnering With Trans Influencer Dylan Mulvaney
A few days ago, trans influencer Dylan Mulvaney announced she’d signed on to a partnership with Bud Light. In a video posted to social media, 26-year-old Dylan showed off a commemorative can of beer with her face on it, which the brand sent to her to mark the one-year anniversary of the beginning of her gender transition. That’s nice! Anyway, moving on to — no? We’re not moving on? Sigh. Newsweek reports that Kid Rock and country singer Travis Tritt are now boycotting Bud Light because they hate trans people