Jake Owen is coming to Chase Rice's defense. Over the weekend, Rice, 34, came under fire for holding a concert packed with fans as coronavirus continues to spread throughout the country, with several states even reporting a spike in cases.
After facing accusations of selfishness and a disregard for public health, the "Lonely If You Are" singer took to Instagram to announce that his next performance would be held drive-in style, as well as to encourage fans to "stay with the people you came with." Now, Owen, a fellow country musician, has spoken out, seemingly addressing the controversy. "In a world full of hate, be a light.