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Entertainment News – Chase Rice under fire

Entertainment News – Chase Rice under fire

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Country vocalist Chase Rice’s go back to the roadway after the coronavirus lockdown has stimulated health and safety concerns after fans packed a Tennessee location on Saturday night to see him carry out live.

The Eyes On You vocalist even led a sing-along at the Brushy Mountain State Penitentiary in Petros, where 4,000 fans collected and ignored social distancing standards even though COVID-19 is spiking in the state.

Chase filmed the fans singing along and posted the footage online, receiving a backlash from many who captured the video, with one commenter mentioning: “So shows are allowed and no masks needed. What a fantastic concept in the middle of covid19 growing. All over insta (Instagram). Chase rice may have simply provoked a healthy covid19 wave in a number of weeks.”

Another asked: “So will Chase Rice be delegated the spike of cases in TN in the next week after the loaded show he had last night with no social distancing rules implemented?”

Rice has yet to discuss the gig or the fact he may have put fans at threat, however his summer season tour continues today in Ashland, Kentucky. He likewise has a handful of drive-in concerts turning up later on this summer, where fans can see him from the comfort and security of their cars.

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