Jason Aldean concert: Crowd breaks out into 'f**k Joe Biden' chant, singer backs fans
As the rant spread, the country music star backed up the sentiment, saying 'You said it'
The crowd at a Jason Aldean concert recently broke out into chants of "f**k Joe Biden" before the singer backed their heckling, taking people by surprise. In footage that has surfaced, taken at a concert in Tampa, Florida on Saturday, October 30, the phrase could be heard ringing throughout the audience. As the rant spread, the country music star backed up the sentiment, saying "You said it".
Previously, Aldean had expressed his disapproval for President Biden with his wife posting a picture of their two children wearing T-shirts with anti-Biden slogans written on them. Brittany Aldean can be seen wearing a T-shirt reading "Anti Biden Social Club," while Navy, two, and Memphis, three, were clad in matching shirts that read "Hidin' From Biden".
people are chanting “fuck joe biden” at the jason aldean concert near dc 😂 pic.twitter.com/ViLcgioUHE— Jordan Chamberlain (@jordylancaster) October 16, 2021
The chant has recently become so popular that rapper Bryson Gray's song 'Let's Go Brandon' was seen at No. 1 on the iTunes charts, a song that features provocative lyrics such as 'Joe is a crook', 'they buildin' back better, but only the Taliban', and 'pandemic ain't real, they planned it'. By now, the majority of the country is aware of the 'Let's go Brandon' chant courtesy of social media giants such as TikTok. The #LetsGoBrandonChallenge has thousands of videos on the platform and the trend has gained millions of likes in a matter of few days. However, it is also being viewed as a method to bully Biden and TikTok has threatened to ban Bryson's song from its platform altogether.
Meanwhile, the 'Let's go Brandon' meme has inspired a catchy single by rapper Loza Alexander, who went gone viral on social media. The controversial meme originated on October 3 when NBC sports reporter Kelli Stavast was interviewing NASCAR driver Brandon Brown at Talladega Superspeedway in Alabama after the racer scored his first career NASCAR Xfinity Series victory. Stavast was caught on camera reporting that the crowd at the stands behind were chanting "Let's go, Brandon!" when in reality they were chanting "F**k Joe Biden." The phrase has since become an anti-establishment slogan. As critics of Biden adopted the pejorative chant at sporting events and on social media as a nicer way of saying “f*** Joe Biden," rapper Loza Alexander decided to make an entire theme song out of it and posted it on TikTok. The track made waves across the Internet and was even picked up by Fox News for its virality. “My #LetsGoBrandon song going viral! It just hit fox news!!!” Alexander rejoiced on Twitter.