Jason Aldean’s publicist confirms he wore blackface in Halloween costume

Jason Aldean Halloween

After nearly a week of silence, someone in Jason Aldean’s camp has finally come out to comment on his seemingly inappropriate choice of Halloween costume this year.

And, yes, to answer the big question people have been wondering, that is Jason in the picture above (second from left), and that is indeed blackface he chose to go with.

Because celebrities never learn, apparently.

The Guardian spoke with Jason’s publicist who confirmed our story from last week that Jason went as a black man for Halloween.

I guess the only question now is who the heck was he?

Aldean “dressed as rapper Lil Wayne” for the holiday, a representative for the singer told the Guardian.

So, does it make the costume better now that we know that Jason was dressed as a specific black man or is blackface inappropriate no matter what?

And does anyone actually think Jason cares one iota about what people think of his Halloween costume?

Yeah, me either.

Lil Wayne
Lil Wayne is not impressed

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This Post Has 10 Comments

  1. janetnave@gmail.com'

    Can I say he is an arrogant idiot. And if bimbo wife had any sense she would have said no. Arrogance can bring you down.

    1. Crazy18@gmail.com'

      No you can’t….. Does it really matter if Jason wears blackface on Halloween? Or is the media grasping for any excuse to pull out the ever so popular ‘race card’ knowing how many sheeple will hop on the bandwagon.

  2. joyaviles92@gmail.com'

    It’s all in good fun why can’t a person go blackface for holloween?

    1. Lika1913@gmail.com'

      You can dress up as someone without painting your face brown or black. It’s not that difficult. Learn the history of blackface and you will hopefully understand why it’s offensive.

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