Maren Morris and Cassadee Pope criticise Jason Aldean's wife, Brittany, for saying hurtful things about transgender people. 

"It's so easy not to be a human scumbag?" Maren Morris's posts made Brittany Aldean's posts say the following: "Insurrection Barbie, sell your clip-ins and shut up." 

After she posted a transphobic joke on Instagram, Brittany Aldean, who is married to country singer Jason Aldean, is getting in trouble for what she said.

"I'd like to thank my parents for not changing my gender when I went through my tomboy phase." "I love this girly life," Brittany wrote on Aug.

23 as a caption to a before-and-after makeup video set to Beyoncé's 2006 song "Upgrade U," even though Beyoncé is known to be an ally to the LGBTQ+ community.

Jason, the husband, put a laughing face emoji in the comments and wrote, "Lmao!! I'm glad they didn't, too, because you and I wouldn't have gotten along. "

Brittany said more about her unasked-for thoughts on transgender youth and their right to gender-affirming care in a longer statement on Instagram Stories

on Friday, August 26 in a longer statement on Instagram Stories on Friday, August 26:"One of the worst things is to support cutting a child's genitalia in the

name of love and call it "gender affirming care." She wrote, "I will always be there for my kids and do everything I can to keep them from being hurt." Memphis

wanted to be a dinosaur the other day, and Navy will want to be a cat tomorrow. They are kids. Some parents want to be accepted by society so much that

they're willing to make life-changing decisions for their kids who aren't old enough to fully understand the consequences. Love means taking care of your child

until they are old enough to make their own choices. I'm grateful that my parents let me go through my tomboy phase without making me a boy. 

Some of the people who left comments on Brittany's posts were country singers RaeLynn and Whitney Duncan, as well as the wives of country singers Chuck Wicks, Jon Pardi, Shay Mooney, and Granger Smith.

But country stars criticised Brittany Aldean in other places. "You'd think that celebrities with beauty brands would see the benefits of talking about LGBTQ+ people.

But now we're hearing someone compare their "tomboy phase" to someone who wants to change their gender. "Really nice," Cassadee Pope wrote on Twitter in response to Brittany's posts on Friday (August 26).

Maren Morris wrote in response to Pope's tweet, "It's so easy to, like, not be a scumbag human?" Insurrection "Barbie, sell your clip-ins and shut up."

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