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Maren Morris discovers that former tour partner Chris Janson blocked her on Twitter after playing in a crowded concert



Maren Morris found out that fellow country singer and former tour partner Chris Janson had blocked her on Twitter after being at the center of controversy over playing in a COVID-19 pandemic-filled concert.

The 30-year-old artist went to Twitter on Sunday to post a screenshot that said “@janson_chris blocked you” just as his performance was trending and under fire on the social media platform.

Morris looked stunned by the discovery while describing the image: “Ummmmmm what did I do?!”

Uh oh: Maren Morris found out that fellow country singer and former tour partner Chris Janson had blocked her on Twitter after being at the center of controversy for playing in a concert between the COVID-19 pandemic

On display: Janson pictured was performing in August last year

Uh oh: Maren Morris found out that fellow country singer and former tour partner Chris Janson had blocked her on Twitter after being at the center of controversy for playing in a concert between the COVID-19 pandemic

The 30-year-old artist went to Twitter on Sunday to post a screenshot that said

‘Ummmmmm what did I do?!’: The 30-year-old artist went to Twitter on Sunday to post a screenshot that said ‘@janson_chris blocked you’ just as his performance was trending and under fire on the social media platform.

Change of heart? Hours later Chris retweeted Maren while insisting it was an accident while writing: 'Omg !! I have no idea. I love you and your husband. It was certainly a mistake '

Change of heart? Hours later Chris retweeted Maren while insisting it was an accident while writing: ‘Omg !! I have no idea. I love you and your husband. It was certainly a mistake ‘

Hours later Chris retweeted Maren while insisting it was an accident while writing: ‘Omg !! I have no idea. I love you and your husband. It was certainly a mistake. ‘

Most interestingly, he actually toured the 34-year-old in the summer of 2017 while serving as opening acts on Sam Hunt’s 15 In A 30 Tour.

One of his followers took the tour together while Maren replied: ‘I had a fantastic summer [crying while laughing emoji]’

Janson was at the center of controversy after playing in a crowded concert in Idaho amid the coronavirus pandemic as it was reported that there were around 2,800 appearances.

Story: The most interesting thing is that she (pictured in November 2019) had actually toured the 34 year old in the summer of 2017 while serving as opening acts on tour 15 in A 30 by Sam Hunt

Story: The most interesting thing is that she (pictured in November 2019) had actually toured the 34 year old in the summer of 2017 while serving as opening acts on tour 15 in A 30 by Sam Hunt

Good mood: one of her followers took the tour together while Maren replied: 'I had a fantastic summer [crying while laughing emoji]'

Good mood: one of her followers took the tour together while Maren replied: ‘I had a fantastic summer [crying while laughing emoji]’

A person named Whitney Pastorek blew him up for the performance while publishing a video by writing, “Oh look, Chris Janson doesn’t care about the health of his fans either!

“I used to work for his management company, but they fired me in April, so now I can come out and say it’s reprehensible, yay!”

This was not the only controversial concert that shook the country’s world while Chase Rice held a concert for 4,000 people on Saturday, which led Kelsea Ballerini to call him out.

“It was incredible”: Janson was at the center of controversy after playing in a crowded concert in Idaho amid the coronavirus pandemic as it was reported that there were around 2,800 attendees

Not happy: a person named Whitney Pastorek blew him up for the performance while publishing a video by writing,

Not happy: a person named Whitney Pastorek blew him up for the performance while publishing a video by writing, “Oh look, Chris Janson doesn’t care about the health of his fans too!”

Dynamic Duo: Chris seen with Kelly Lynn in Nashville in November

Dynamic Duo: Chris seen with Kelly Lynn in Nashville in November

Rice, 34, held a show on Saturday night for over 4,000 fans in Petros, Tennessee, the first of 12 shows scheduled in several southern states that run until mid-September.

When the video of the concert emerged from Rice’s Instagram story, which shows thousands of fans crammed together without masks or social distances, Ballerini, 26, went down on Twitter Sunday to call Rice for his “selfish” acts.

Not happy: this was not the only controversial concert that shook the world of the countryside while Chase Rice held a concert for 4,000 people on Saturday, which led Kelsea Ballerini to call him out

Not happy: this was not the only controversial concert that shook the world of the countryside while Chase Rice held a concert for 4,000 people on Saturday, which led Kelsea Ballerini to call him out

Rice's show: Rice, 34, held a Saturday night show for over 4,000 fans in Petros, Tennessee, the first of 12 shows scheduled in several southern states that extend through mid-September

Rice’s show: Rice, 34, held a Saturday night show for over 4,000 fans in Petros, Tennessee, the first of 12 shows scheduled in several southern states that extend through mid-September

“Imagine being selfish enough to put the health of thousands of people at risk, not to mention the potential chain effect, and to play a NORMAL country concert right now,” began Ballerini.

He also tagged @ChaseRiceMusic and added: “We all want (and need) a tour. We only care about our fans and their families long enough to wait. ‘

Rice himself did not address Ballerini’s tweet, although he did publish a short video of him and his band during Friday night rehearsals.

Tweet by Kelsea:

Tweet by Kelsea: “Imagine being selfish enough to put thousands of people at risk, not to mention the potential chain effect, and to immediately play a NORMAL concert in the countryside,” began Ballerini

‘Forever To Go live from the studio. Rehearsing for our first show in four months tomorrow night, thank you Jesus, “Rice said in the caption of his Instagram video.

The Rice 2020 tour will continue on July 3 in Ashland, Kentucky, then take a few weeks off before returning with shows in Jesup, GA on July 24 and 25 and two shows in Tiger, GA on July 26.

He will also perform in Salem, Virginia (August 14), Glen Allen, Virginia (August 15), Butler, Pennsylvania (August 16), Savannah, GA (September 5), Madeira, California (September 11) and Henderson, NV (12 September) to end his tour.

Evidence: 'Forever To Go live from the studio. Rehearsal for our first show in four months tomorrow night, thank you Jesus,

Evidence: ‘Forever To Go live from the studio. Rehearsal for our first show in four months tomorrow night, thank you Jesus, “Rice said in the caption of his Instagram video

Tour Stops: Rice 2020 tour will continue on July 3 in Ashland, Kentucky, then take a few weeks off before returning with shows in Jesup, GA on July 24 and 25 and two shows in Tiger, GA on July 26

Tour Stops: Rice 2020 tour will continue on July 3 in Ashland, Kentucky, then take a few weeks off before returning with shows in Jesup, GA on July 24 and 25 and two shows in Tiger, GA on July 26

Representatives of the venue where Rice performed at Brushy Mountain State Penitentiary, a former prison turned into an event complex, told TMZ that the venue’s capacity is 10,000, but said they only let 4,000 people in. .

Even if the venue was less than half the capacity, the participants in the concert did not follow the guidelines on social distancing and did not wear masks.

The venue told TMZ that: ‘All guests received temperature checks before entering the venue and free hand sanitizer was provided to everyone at the entrance.

Capacity: Representatives for the location where Rice performed in Brushy Mountain State Penitentiary, a former prison turned into an event complex, told TMZ that the venue's capacity is 10,000, but they said they only let in 4,000 people

Capacity: Representatives for the location where Rice performed in Brushy Mountain State Penitentiary, a former prison turned into an event complex, told TMZ that the venue’s capacity is 10,000, but they said they only let in 4,000 people

Headquarters representatives added that “All vendors and staff were advised to wear masks and gloves when interacting with guests and that bandanas were available for purchase on site.”

They admitted, however, that they could not apply the social distancing guidelines, but are looking for alternatives for other shows.

The venue added that there was “ample space on the outdoor lawn to allow fans to spread to their comfort level.”

Sellers: Headquarters representatives added that

Sellers: Headquarters representatives added that “All sellers and staff were advised to wear masks and gloves when interacting with guests and that bandanas were available for purchase on site.”

Social distancing: they admitted, however, that they cannot apply the guidelines on social distancing but are looking for alternatives for other shows

Social distancing: they admitted, however, that they cannot apply the guidelines on social distancing but are looking for alternatives for other shows


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