Brittany Aldean

Brittany Aldean defends ‘beliefs’ that may elicit ‘hate’ in the face of transphobia backlash.

Brittany Aldean, the wife of country singer Jason Aldean, is doubling down on a transphobic stance.


On Monday, the blonde mother of two shared a quote from Republican pundit Robby Starbuck on her Instagram Story, defending her “beliefs” that may elicit “hate.”


“If you keep quiet about your beliefs because you’re afraid of offending someone, then your beliefs aren’t that important to you; what people think about you is,” the quote read in full.


“When you stand up for what is right and true, you will receive both hate and love, but everyone will understand why you are fighting.”


Brittany’s message comes just one week after she sparked an internet firestorm by publicly thanking her parents “for not changing [her] gender when [she] was in [her] tomboy phase.”


“I love this girly life,” she captioned a video of herself getting glammed up to the tune of Beyoncé’s “Upgrade U.”


“Lmao!! “I’m glad they didn’t, because you and I wouldn’t have worked out,” her 45-year-old husband said in the video.

Jason’s coworkers, on the other hand, were less amused.


“You’d think that celebrities with beauty brands would recognise the benefits of including LGBTQ+ people in their messaging.” Instead, we’re hearing someone compare their “tomboy phase” to someone who wants to transition. Cassadee Pope, 33, tweeted on Friday, “Really nice.”


“It’s so easy to, like, not be a scumbag human?” Maren Morris, 32, added to Pope’s remark. Insurrection Barbie, sell your clip-ins and go.”


Brittany, 33, responded to the criticism in a since-deleted Instagram Story, accusing Pope of “advocating for child genital mutilation.”


“Some parents want to be accepted by society so badly that they’re willing to make life-altering decisions for their children who aren’t old enough to fully comprehend the consequences of their actions,” she continued, before referring to the “Middle” singer as “Karen Morris” and thanking her for the Barbie comparison.


Pope then took to Instagram, where she captioned a photo of herself with a devious grin, “POV: Knowing you got under someone’s skin you don’t like in the first place.”


On Twitter, conservative commentator Candace Owens chimed in, writing in response to the singers’ thread, “It’s easier not to castrate your children.” But whatever helps sell bad records, I suppose.”


“Oh my god, not you,” Morris retorted. My Grammy is sobbing uncontrollably right now. Also, why do you always resort to ‘castration’ and ‘paedophiles’ to end an argument? It’s truly concerning and warrants further investigation.”


Owens, 33, appeared to be unfamiliar with the definition of male castration, which is the removal of a male animal’s or human’s testicles, and responded, “When you chop a penis off, that is the literal definition of castration.” So, yes, I always use simple English definitions.”


“I also said groomers, not paedophiles.” “Do you have anything else you want to share with the class, sicko?” She continued.


A paedophile is defined as “a person who is sexually attracted to children,” while grooming is defined as “the action by a paedophile of preparing a child for a meeting, especially via an internet chat room, with the intention of committing a sexual offence.”

Pope, Morris, and Brittany have yet to address their feud further on social media.