Country singer Chase Rice is under fire for holding a big concert in Tennessee on Saturday night, where fans are neglected and unmasked.
Thousands, if not thousands, watched Rice watch around 150 miles from Nashville in Brushy Mountain State Prison, a former prison museum and concert venue.
Chase Rice caught the crowd in her Instagram story and wrote “We’re back” as she turned the camera into a hoarse crowd.
No one in the shot wore a mask, and the fans were standing shoulder to shoulder.
The reimagined Brushy Mountain State Prison reopened May 1 and said they would “follow social distance rules,” according to their website.
On Sunday, other singer Kelsea Ballerini blew Rice’s decision to play the show.
“Imagine you are selfish enough to risk the health of thousands of people, not to mention the possible ripple effect and present NORMAL country concert” Wrote on Twitter.
“@ChaseRiceMusic, We all want the tour (and we need it). We care enough to wait for our fans and their families. “
Mickey Guyton, another country’s singer-songwriter, tweeted“Absolute selfish behavior. It’s a pity for him. “
Rice’s concert is the highest daily increase in Tennessee’s coronavirus cases, 1,410, Tennessean reported.
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