Country music star Garth Brooks continues to face criticism over his decision to sell Bud Light at his Nashville bar, Friends in Low Places. Bud Light has recently collaborated with transgender activist Dylan Mulvaney, causing a backlash from customers and politicians and a stock drop. Despite the controversy, Brooks is standing by his decision, saying that his bar will be inclusive and diverse, offering every brand of beer for his patrons. The move caused an uproar from fellow musicians such as John Rich, who chose not to sell Bud Light due to its controversial partnership. Critics argue that Brooks is ignoring his conservative fan base while others believe it’s simply a gesture of inclusivity.
Hero Turned Villain: Garth Brooks Sparks Fan Outrage with Shocking Bud Light Sale Decision
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