Luke Bryan responds to criticism after Governor Ron DeSantis appears at concert

Luke Bryan It broke his silence after many liberal Twitter users gushed about his decision to take out Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis at Friday’s Jacksonville concert.

The country musician addressed the apparent controversy on Twitter, writing some of it. But I grew up in a country where if the governor asked if you would come and raise awareness to help victims of natural disasters, you would help. ”

he said: away from politics throughout my career.I knew people would chat about this, but the more important part for me is [if] I plan to be back there in a few weeks, with most of the people affected by the natural disaster and people being nice to me.”

In September, local Florida officials reported: 132 people died Because of Hurricane Ian.

Liberal Twitter slams Luke Bryan for putting Ron DeSantis on stage during FLA.concert

Luke Bryan concert

Luke Bryan has said in a tweet that he doesn’t normally get involved in politics.

The ‘American Idol’ judges continued, ‘Raise awareness, have a little fun among GA and FL college fans before the game, do whatever you want on stage. So much for me I’m outdoors Sons Enjoy your Sunday Love #GoDawgs


Bryan, who is from Georgia, referred to the Georgia Bulldogs who lost to the Florida Gators on Saturday.

He concluded his statement by saying:

On Saturday, DeSantis tweeted his thanks to Brian for the opportunity, writing, “Thank you for crashing the party last night.”

In a video shared on Twitter, the Governor was seen tossing what appeared to be a hat at Bryan’s very large crowd as he walked across the stage.

CMA Awards Open With Tribute To Country Music Legend Loretta Lynn

Reaction to Brian’s statement was mixed.

Many fans praised the musician for speaking up on the topic, writing, “You’re a fine man and the governor of Florida is unwavering.” Another he tweeted, “I love you so much Luke. Your true fans know your heart and what you are. Enjoy your family and ignore all the haters.” Please, social media is ridiculous.”

Country Thunder Arizona 2023 is headlined by Luke Bryan, Cody Johnson, John Purdy and Deeks Bentley


Others were wary of Brian’s remarks, while one said, “You have to understand your visibility and be careful who you associate with. You support the group of immigrants DeSantis vilified.” Or do you support gun violence families?”