“I will never apologize for my beliefs or my love for my family and country,” Aldean captioned a new post.
“This is the greatest country in the world and I want to keep it that way,” the crooner added with the hashtag #unapologetic.
Aldean included a photo of himself performing on stage in front of a giant screen illuminated with the American flag. It was a shot from his Thursday night performance in Phoenix, Ariz. performance as he continues his “Back in the Saddle Tour.” His special guests were Hardy and Lainey Wilson.
Jason Aldean defended his wife amid negative comments to her anti-Joe Biden photos.
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Aldean’s unashamed stance was supported by his followers and some fellow musicians, with Hardy writing in a comment, “You’re d— right.”
One fan also thanked him, writing, “I’m so happy someone is standing up for America!”
“USA keep our freedoms,” another commented.
“nothing but respect for you. we need more people like you to stand up for what we believe in,” reads a separate comment.
Jason Aldean took to social media early Friday to share he’ll ‘never apologize’ for his beliefs.
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Brittany’s series of photos were posted online over the weekend. The first showed her posing next to her husband while wearing a shirt that reads “Anti Biden Social Club.” she shared in the post showed her kids, Memphis, 3, and Navy, 2, wearing shirts that read “Hidin’ from Biden.”
The clothes are sold at a website called DaddyT45, an obvious reference to former President . The clothing brand boasts several pro-Trump and anti-Biden pieces of clothing as well as an entire line dedicated to those who want to show that they are against the .
Jason was not wearing any politically charged clothing in the snap. However, not only did he give a thumbs up to a photo of his young son in the t-shirt, when someone took to the comments of Brittany’s post to criticize her for using her children as “political props,” Jason sounded off.
“Watch ur mouth lady! We will teach our kids what we think is right and what we think is best for their future,” he said (via ). “If you think what is happening right now is ‘great’ for the future of our kids and grandkids, u are delusional!”
He added: “Definitely better than what we got now! Please tell me one thing that the current administration has done that is positive? Just 1!!!”
Brittany around the time of the when Trump was erroneously questioning the results. At the time, she took to Instagram to sport a sweatshirt reading “… STILL MY PRESIDENT,” prompting backlash from those on the left who believed she was promoting misinformation about the results.
She followed that up with a note explaining that the backlash on her page led many to privately message her their support for Trump. She elaborated on that further in a social media Q&A in which she noted that her political social media presence gets a lot of public backlash, but she’s spurred on by the private messages of support she gets from people too afraid to profess their right-leaning beliefs publicly.
“I personally don’t give a d— if people don’t agree with me. I think it’s important now more than ever to stand for what you believe, even if it ‘goes against the grain.’ Do your research, and form your own opinion – speak out if you wish. But most importantly, don’t bully people who feel differently than you,” she shared at the time.
Fox News’ Tyler McCarthy contributed to this report.
Melissa Roberto covers entertainment at Foxnews.com. You can reach her at Melissa.Roberto@fox.com.