This week, Jason Aldean, a country musician, lost his publicist. It has been speculated that his wife’s remarks may have had an impact.

The contentious Instagram posts weren’t given credit as the reason for the resignation. The partnership between GreenRoom and Aldean, according to co-owner Tyne Parrish, is no longer a strong fit. Parrish told Billboard that although “we aren’t the perfect individuals for the event anymore, we will always be tremendous fans of his music.” He is among the top performers in country music, period.

Some of the biggest stars in country music are represented by GreenRoom, including Brooks & Dunn, Reba McEntire, Thomas Rhett, and many others. Prior to this event, Jason Aldean employed GreenRoom as his publicist, who helped him establish contacts with national media. The remarks made by Brittany Aldean led to an argument with a number of other country music celebrities.

Aldean writes on an Instagram Reel of her applying makeup, “I’d would like to thank my parents for not altering my gender when I went through my tomboy era. I adore living the girlie life. Brittany Aldean appeared on Tucker Carlson’s Fox News program to defend herself after receiving critical comments from a number of individuals.

One of the worst crimes is promoting kid genital mutilation under the pretense of love and calling it “gender affirming care,” writes Brittany Aldean on Instagram. “I will always stand by my kids and do whatever I can to keep them innocent.”

The wife of a country music celebrity declares, “I’m an advocate for kids.” “In my opinion, kids shouldn’t be permitted to make such significant life choices at such a young age. They should have parents that support them unconditionally and love them despite their immaturity. Our records date everything. We have it for voting, driving, the military, and smoking, yet some people seem to believe that we can lead a child to pick their gender at such an early age. It just baffles me.

In collaboration with Chuck Wick’s wife Kasi, Brittany Aldean unveiled a t-shirt with the slogan “Don’t Tread on Our Kids” and a Barbie-inspired design. In response to the two, Maren Morris nicknamed the allusion “Insurrection Barbie.”