Chase Rice Posts Video of His Interesting ‘Pets’

by Chris Haney

On Thursday, country singer Chase Rice posted a video of his small herd of bison. He amusingly called the huge animals his “weird pets.”

Rice shared the clip of his bison roaming freely with his more than one million Instagram followers. The edited footage is paired to Fat Joe and Remy Ma’s hit song “All The Way Up” featuring French Montana and Infared.

The singer is wearing one of his signature bison hats in the video. Additionally, the country musician is at the fence line of a snow-covered field on his ranch, with the herd far behind him.

“Yall think you got weird pets,” Rice joked before the video shows the majestic bison galloping in slow motion.

Back in October 2020, Rice purchased the new “pets,” and explained the idea came to him through boredom. The singer owns a ranch on the outskirts of Nashville, TN, and shared a pic of some of the bison on social media. Additionally, he asked for his fans help in naming the main bull of the herd.

“Haven’t really toured in 7 months, the boredom gets real. Said screw it and bought some bison. What should I name the main bull?? Lemme know below. My votes Bennington,” Rice wrote on Twitter.

Some pet owners take in some interesting animals, but Rice’s are unique to say the least.

Chase Rice and Lee Brice Go Hunting in North Carolina

Country singers Chase Rice and Lee Brice – both from North Carolina – headed home just before the holidays and went hunting together.

In an Instagram post, Brice shared pics of the pair in full camouflage during Christmas week. The duo got together in their home state to hang out and go hunting.

“Just a couple Carolina boys out on the farm!” Brice captioned the post.

Brice shared four photos taken by Chase Rice’s full-time photographer and videographer Kaiser Cunningham. Although the photos don’t show off any prizes from their hunt, it does share their guns and gear with their fans. Whether or not it was a successful hunting excursion, the two country musicians looked to have a good time regardless.