Tyler Farr talks about embarrassing Cole Swindell with a blow up doll

Tyler Farr and Cole Swindell
Tyler Farr and Cole Swindell having fun with a Jason Aldean picture – photo via Instagram

We hear about country singers and the pranks they pull on friends and fellow country singers all the time, but what about the pranks we don’t hear about? Well it turns out the ones we don’t hear about are probably the best ones of all.

I already told you about Tyler Farr being on Country Countdown USA over the weekend where he revealed that Blake Shelton owns Jurassic Park. Turns out he had another story up his sleeve, one that involved tour-mate Cole Swindell (they’ve both been on Jason Aldean’s Burn It Down Tour this year) and a blow up doll.

Fun, fun.

“This is my first time out with Cole. We shared a suite on the FGL cruise, and that was absolute mayhem. I can’t even talk about it. But I’m the prankster on the road, and recently I bought him a large-figured woman blow-up doll, and put it on his bed in the back of his bus, and watched his reaction, and he didn’t know what to do. His cheeks turned bright red. I like to mess with him a lot.”

Now that’s a prank I would have LOVED to have seen. So about that mayhem on the Florida Georgia Line Cruise …

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