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A country music singer has spun an insult from patron saint of furrowed brows Tucker Carlson into gold, all for the benefit of transgender charities.The Fox News host targeted Grammy Award-winning singer Maren Morris after she spoke up for trans youth on Twitter.Morris was responding to Brittany Aldean, wife of country singer Jason Aldean, who shared a makeup-transformation video with the caption: “I’d really like to thank my parents for not changing my gender when I went through my tomboy phase. I love this girly life.”Aldean later took to Instagram to falsely claim kids were being forced to undergo “genital mutilation.”Related: Tucker Carlson suggests giving monkeypox this new, gay-related nameMedical guidelines do not recommend gender confirmation surgery for minors.Dr.
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Jason Aldean Dropped From PR Firm After Wife's Transphobic Comments
Following his wife’s viral transphobic Instagram comments, it looks like country singer Jason Aldean is not getting off scot-free.The Grammy-Award nominee’s public relations firm, The GreenRoom, has “stepped away” from working with the ‘If I Didn’t Love You’ artist, according to Billboard.The firm’s co-owner Tyne Parrish opened up about their decision, telling the publication, “Music has always been and remains The GreenRoom’s core focus, so we had to make the difficult decision after 17 years to step away from representing Jason.”Parrish added, “We aren’t the best people for the gig anymore, but will always be big fans of his music — he is one of the greatest live entertainers in country music.”Though Parrish did not explicitly reveal why the company was choosing to walk away, the news comes one week after Aldean’s wife, singer Brittany Kerr Aldean, posted an Instagram video that gained backlash for its anti-trans rhetoric.On August 23, Brittney shared a “before and after” makeup video, thanking her parents for “not changing my gender.”“I’d really like to thank my parents for not changing my gender when I went through my tomboy phase," Brittney wrote on Instagram. "I love this girly life.”Aldean commented on his wife’s post with a laughing emoji, adding,“Lmao!! Im glad they didn’t too, cause you and I wouldn’t have worked out.”The damaging comments didn’t go unnoticed by the country music community — which is primarily a right-leaning industry — especially amongst two high-profile country artists. “You'd think celebs with beauty brands would see the positives in including LGBTQ+ people in their messaging, '' Cassadee Pope wrote on Instagram Story and Twitter.
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Jason Aldean Dropped From PR Firm After Wife's Transphobic Comments
Following his wife’s viral transphobic Instagram comments, it looks like country singer Jason Aldean is not getting off scot-free.The Grammy-Award nominee’s public relations firm, The GreenRoom, has “stepped away” from working with the ‘If I Didn’t Love You’ artist, according to Billboard.The firm’s co-owner Tyne Parrish opened up about their decision, telling the publication, “Music has always been and remains The GreenRoom’s core focus, so we had to make the difficult decision after 17 years to step away from representing Jason.”Parrish added, “We aren’t the best people for the gig anymore, but will always be big fans of his music — he is one of the greatest live entertainers in country music.”Though Parrish did not explicitly reveal why the company was choosing to walk away, the news comes one week after Aldean’s wife, singer Brittany Kerr, posted an Instagram video that gained backlash for its anti-trans rhetoric.On August 23, Kerr shared a “before and after” makeup video, thanking her parents for “not changing my gender.”“I’d really like to thank my parents for not changing my gender when I went through my tomboy phase," Kerr wrote on Instagram. "I love this girly life.”Aldean commented on his wife’s post with a laughing emoji, adding,“Lmao!! Im glad they didn’t too, cause you and I wouldn’t have worked out.”The damaging comments didn’t go unnoticed by the country music community — which is primarily a right-leaning industry — especially amongst two high-profile country artists. “You'd think celebs with beauty brands would see the positives in including LGBTQ+ people in their messaging, '' Cassadee Pope wrote on Instagram Story and Twitter.
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Jason Aldean's PR Firm Quits Amid Brittany Aldean's Transphobic Comments
comments some people interpreted as transphobic.Nashville-based PR firm The GreenRoom has dropped the "Got What I Got" hitmaker as a client after 17 years because it feels the business is not best suited to represent him going forward."Music has always been and remains The GreenRoom's core focus, so we had to make the difficult decision after 17 years to step away from representing Jason," GreenRoom co-owner Tyne Parrish told Billboard."We aren't the best people for the gig anymore, but will always be big fans of his music—he is one of the greatest live entertainers in country music."Newsweek has contacted GreenRoom for further comment.The company didn't give a reason for its decision, but the news comes after a tumultuous week for the artist's wife, Brittany Aldean, who received severe backlash after she made a comment that was deemed by some people to be transphobic.The controversy began last week when Aldean posted a before-and-after makeup video of herself on Instagram along with the caption: "I'd really like to thank my parents for not changing my gender when I went through my tomboy phase. I love this girly life."Aldean's post seemed to mock the parents of children who are trans or gender-questioning and it came at a time when a number of states have sought to enact legislation that could criminally charge any parents who help their trans child get essential medical care.The mother-of-two was criticized for the comment, with singers Maren Morris and Cassadee Pope both publicly calling her out."You'd think celebs with beauty brands would see the positives in including LGBTQ+ people in their messaging," Pope tweeted in response on August 26.
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