Florida Georgia Line help Dan Rather define Bro Country…No, really.

Okay, we might be a little late to the party on this one, but it’s so news worthy it’s worth a story. I mean when Bro Country’s biggest poster boys, Florida Georgia Line, attempt to define the term to a respected news anchor you tend to pay attention. Especially because the guys had some valid points.

Brian Kelley attempted to define it, but in the end expresses he just doesn’t care. “There’s no label that can hurt our feelings,” he says, before adding that he doesn’t see it as a negative term at all.

Tyler Hubbard laughs it off, saying, “you are full of great questions tonight.” and adding that he thinks it’s interesting that people think they’re trying to be something they’re not because he stands by they are just being themselves. Solid point.

Fortunately, Hubbard gets the conversation back on track, steering “bro-country” back to its misogynistic connotations, which he dismisses.

Watch the teaser below:

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