Unsurprisingly, liberals are once again trying to cancel someone for not following their mask mandates. Country singer Jason Aldean took his family to Disney World in Florida over the weekend, and posted a family photo from the trip.
In the picture, Aldean, his wife Brittany, and their children Memphis, Navy, Keeley, and Kendyl, are not wearing masks.
“There is Nothing like seeing ur kids faces when u walk in that place,” he captioned the photo of his smiling family.
— Jason Aldean Official (@Lakeish52057128) October 26, 2020
Keyboard warriors soon noticed that no one in the Aldean family was wearing a mask, which is currently required at Disney World, and began calling Jason Aldean out.
One person went so far as to tag former Disney CEO Bob Iger in their angry tweet, writing: “So masks are meant to stay on at all times except when seated for eating and drinking. This includes photos, so why was Jason Aldean & family allowed to take them off if there are NO EXCEPTIONS.”
@RobertIger so masks are meant to stay on at all times except when seated for eating and drinking. This includes photos, so why was Jason Aldean & family allowed to take them off if there are NO EXCEPTIONS. cant have one rule for 1 and another rule for others pic.twitter.com/KR2efwtNDX
— happymum (@laigh2013) October 26, 2020
A few fans jumped in to defend the Aldean family, including one who agreed that she would have taken her mask off for the picture too:
Imagine *safely* taking a family trip to destress & enjoy during a dark time… Just to be put down by your “fans” for removing a mask to take a “normal” family photo outside.
Y’all need to get over yourselves! I’d remove my mask for a picture too. Love it @Jason_Aldean!
— 👑 (@harleylakotich) October 26, 2020
Aldean got so much backlash for the picture that he felt the need to reply to a comment on Instagram.
“Wtf are your masks? Everyone is required to wear them? WTH who do you think you are? I’ll never buy your music ever!!!” an angry woman wrote.
Aldean responded quickly, saying, “Chill out lady. They are in our pocket. We took them off for 5 seconds to take the pic. Believe me, Disney didn’t give us a ‘free pass’ not to wear them. We had them on all day just like everybody else.”
He then told her to “just enjoy the picture” and to “stop over analyzing.”
In the picture, you can easily see a mask in Jason’s daughter Kendyl’s hand, who is on the left side of the photo, holding Memphis. Despite defending his family from the comments, Aldean has since deleted the photo from his social media.