Maren Morris aimed at Jason Aldean‘s wife, Insurrection Barbie, for her conservative beliefs by writing, “Fuck off to Insurrection Barbie,” which was posted on Instagram.
The wife of country music artist Jason Aldean, BRITTANY Aldean, shared a video of herself doing makeup on Wednesday and uploaded it on Instagram. However, the rest of the caption, written by Ms. Aldean, an influencer with 2.2 million followers, reeked of transphobic terminology and was a major turnoff.
She thanked her parents for letting her be a tomboy without forcing them to change their opinions. And I love every minute of it! In addition, she paired her video with Beyoncé’s “Upgrade U” from 2006, apparently unaware that Beyoncé’s recent album, Renaissance, pays explicit respect to trans ballroom culture.
For her part, Aldean, formerly Kerr, was called out by Maren Morris and Cassadee Pope. On Friday, Pope was the first to tweet about the issue, saying, “You’d think celebrities with beauty products would see the merits in embracing LGBTQ+ individuals in their message.” But now I’m hearing someone equate their “tomboy period” with a desire to transition. Nice work.
Morris, who has also been an outspoken advocate for the LGBTQ+ community, responded to Pope’s Instagram post by attacking Aldean in a lengthy remark.
We don’t need another asshole male in the world, so I’m delighted she didn’t transform into a boy, either. It’s sad when Karens attempt to rationalize their homophobia or transphobia as “protecting the children.” Wasn’t it true that they were posting photos of their children wearing “Biden is a pedo” t-shirts?
Morris commented about a line of Aldean-endorsed gear with slogans like “Hidin’ from Biden” and images supporting Donald Trump, among other things. Insurrection Barbie and the other Insurgent Babes that frequent this thread should “fuck off” with their hypocritical, bigoted behinds.
In response to Pope’s demand to politicize medical treatment for transgender youngsters, Aldean posted an Instagram novella in which he said, among other things, “Advocating for the genital mutilation of children under cover of love and calling it ‘gender-affirming care is one of the darkest sins.”
Conservative spokesperson Candace Owens and her country singer friend RaeLynn eventually joined the fray, taking an already draining situation in a new direction.
Lesson learned? The “we’re all buddies here” atmosphere of country music has persisted for decades and is crumbling in front of everyone’s eyes.