Recently, Florida Georgia Line bandmates
and Brian Kelley have been sparking hints and rumors that they’re in the process of a “falling out.” Celebrities unfollowing each other is the ultimate unspoken separation and it usually sparks a lot of social media conversation.
This is especially true after both Hubbard and his wife unfollowed Kelley on Instagram.
It’s unclear exactly what this could mean for the future of Florida Georgia Line. Some fans are feeling like it’s just not going to be “Lit This Year,” like their recently released Christmas single suggests.
Some fans think it could be a matter of political differences after the recent election in which President-Elect Joe Biden defeated President Donald Trump.
“Tyler has spoken out against President Trump, 74, in the past, while Hayley, 34, showed support for Vice President-elect Kamala Harris via Instagram on Sunday, November 8. Kelley, for his part, slammed supporters of President-elect Biden, 77, on his Instagram Story, calling their post-election celebrations a “s–t show,” according to US Magazine.
Twitter users have joked about the unfollowing and the future of Florida Georgia Line.
Hubbard Contracts COVID-19
A lot of the speculation came from Tyler Hubbard announcing that he had contracted COVID-19. This later caused them to cancel their performance for tonight’s CMAs.
Furthermore, Hubbard and Kelley have expressed differences in opinion on their social media platforms. This is part of the speculation. Hubbard is sleeping on his tour bus because he contracted the virus. Meanwhile, Kelley is suggesting that people start performing again.
The CMAs come with their own controversy, as performers will be inside performing together. Additionally, a few artists have also tested positive leading up to the show including Hubbard and Lee Brice.
However, a source told US Weekly that, “All is good with the FGL family. Tyler and Brian’s friendship is as strong as ever.”
Moreover, the bandmates seemingly reinforced that by refollowing each other on Instagram now.