Country singer Chase Rice is enduring an onslaught for holding an enormous show in Tennessee on Saturday night where fans went maskless and fail to social separation.
Hundreds, if not thousands, of individuals, watched Rice perform at the Brushy Mountain State Penitentiary — a previous jail turned historical center and show setting — in Petros, around 150 miles from Nashville.
Pursue Rice caught the group in his own Instagram story, expressing “We back” as he panned the camera over the rowdy group.
All the people at the concert were maskless
No one in the recording had all the earmarks of being wearing a veil and the fans were standing side by side.
The reconsidered Brushy Mountain State Penitentiary revived May 1, and, as indicated by their site, said they “will be watching social separating rules.”
Individual country singer, Kelsea Ballerini, on Sunday shot Rice’s choice to play the show.
“Envision being sufficiently childish to put a large number of individuals’ wellbeing in danger, also the potential gradually expanding influence, and play a NORMAL nation show at this moment,” she composed on Twitter.
“@ChaseRiceMusic, We all need (and need) to visit. We simply care about our fans and their families enough to pause.”
Another country singer-musician, Mickey Guyton, tweeted:
“An outright childish act. Disgrace on him.”
Rice’s show came a day after Tennessee counted its most noteworthy day by day increment in coronavirus cases, 1,410, The Tennessean detailed.