Florida Georgia Line’s Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard release full statement regarding viral police story

Florida Georgia Line

Okay, Florida Georgia Line’s Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard have released a full statement on Facebook in regard to the police story that’s been going around the last few days.
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Hopefully now that they’ve explained their side and the cop who first brought the story to TMZ has explained his, we can move on to more exciting stories. buy reglan online https://infoblobuy.com/reglan.html no prescription

You won’t find two guys who are more supportive of the police than we are. What happened over the weekend was a misunderstanding that was blown out of proportion and taken out of context. There is nothing more to this story beyond our team feeling that it would be redundant for us to use local authorities when we are already covered. Our management is routinely asked if they need help from local law enforcement for additional security backstage at concerts, which is common among touring acts. Some acts accept the offer, but most don’t because they have their own security, or the promoters provide it. We have an enormous amount of respect for the brave men and women who protect our communities and allow us and our fans to have a good time at our shows. Nothing is more important than our fans’ safety. We are lovers of all people, and want to be a part of the change that is needed right now. We encourage everyone to do the same. Let’s love one another. buy proscar online https://infoblobuy.com/proscar.html no prescription

BK and Tyler


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    Tracy L Pearce

    I figured Florida Georgia Line was in the right. No way did it seem like they would disrespect law enforcement but of course some news people had to blow it out of proportion.

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