Jason Aldean’s new video, “Try That in a Small Town,” received some edits “in the middle of the night” recently that nobody seems to be talking about. Two scenes showing BLM riots were removed, shortening the sequence by nearly 30 seconds.
According to sources with direct knowledge of the situation, Aldean has now fired his agent, Joseph “Spurs” Barron, for giving the go-ahead for the edits without direct approval.
“He thought he was doing the right thing,” said our source, who asked to remain anonymous for safety reasons, “it turns out he was bowing down to the woke mind virus.”
Aldean will now have to go to court to have the video changed back to its original glory due to the contract Barron signed. “He had power of attorney,” said Aldean, “that’s a mistake I’ll never make again.”
The source, who may or may not be a random Uber Eats driver, said he’d be willing to testify in open court if someone will smurf him some sudafed, making him our most credible source to date. By a lot. “I’m serious, bro,” he said, “It’s like trying to buy a pack of smokes at 7-11 in 1991 after they started arresting those middle eastern dudes for not checking IDs.”
ALLOD Correspondent Cynthia Luhu, who is of minority descent, said she believes the source is telling the truth, as she too remembers the horribly racist way the police came crashing through the doors if the guy behind the counter was even a little bit brown.
As irrelevant as that might seem, it still doesn’t explain why Aldean’s agent would do something like that without his consent. God Bless America.