According to reports, country singer Jason Aldean has been dropped by his public relations firm following backlash over his wife's comments.

 According to reports, country singer Jason Aldean has been dropped by his public relations firm following backlash over his wife's comments.

According to reports, country singer Jason Aldean has been dropped by his public relations firm following backlash over his wife's comments.

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According to The Tennessean, Jason Aldean, who released his first studio album in 2005, has been a client of The GreenRoom since 2006 — the same year the firm was founded. According to The GreenRoom's official website, other notable clients include Dierks Bentley, Lady A, and Thomas Rhett.

Brittany Aldean responded to Pope's tweet directly in an Instagram Story.


"One of the worst evils is advocating for genital mutilation of children under the guise of love and calling it 'gender affirming care,'" she wrote, as seen in a screengrab shared by People.


Brittany Aldean later stated on Instagram that her recent comments had been "taken out of context," though she did not specify which remarks she believed had been misconstrued.

The Green Room's decision came after criticism of Aldean's wife, Brittany Aldean, who wrote in an Instagram post last week that she would "really like to thank my parents for not changing my gender when I went through my tomboy phase."


Cassadee Pope, a singer and songwriter, responded to Brittany Aldean's tweet by saying that her alleged "tomboy phase" is nothing compared to "someone wanting to transition."


Maren Morris, the singer of "The Bones," later commented on Pope's post, writing, "It's so easy to, like, not be a scumbag human?" Insurrection Barbie, sell your clip-ins and go."


Morris appeared to be referring to an Instagram post by Brittany Aldean from shortly after the Capitol riots in January 2021, in which she suggested that some of the rioters were actually "Antifa disguised as Trump supporters," Rolling Stone reported at the time. Since the insurgency began on January 6, 2021, such claims have been repeatedly debunked.

"We're not the best people for the job any longer, but we'll always be big fans of his music — he's one of the best live entertainers in country music," Parrish told Billboard.


The Green Room, based in Nashville, did not elaborate on why Aldean was dropped. On Friday, a representative for the firm did not respond to a request for additional information.

Days after his wife, Brittany Aldean, made critical comments about gender-affirming care for trans children, country singer Jason Aldean was dropped by his longtime public relations firm.


"Music has always been and continues to be The GreenRoom's core focus, so after 17 years, we had to make the difficult decision to step away from representing Jason," said Tyne Parrish, The Green Room's co-owner, in a statement first shared with Billboard. Variety also confirmed the news with Parrish.

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