In case you missed it, Morgan Wallen and HARDY are in the middle of an epic bromance.
On Thursday, HARDY played his last night on Florida Georgia Line’s Can’t Say I Ain’t Country Tour, which he commemorated with a major shout-out to Morgan on Instagram.
“Me and this dude have played 60+ shows together,” HARDY shared, along with a picture of the two hugging onstage. “We’ve seen almost all 50 states. We’ve shotgunned a million beers. We’ve seen each other’s careers grow. We’ve laughed, cried, celebrated, thrown glass bottles into empty parking lots, fished, punched each other in the arm until it left a bruise, plus a bunch of other things I either can’t remember or barely remember. All in less than a year.”
“Last night we played our last show of the year together,” HARDY continued. “It was bittersweet but it was a good one to end on.”
“Love you like a brother. Keep kicking a** ya crazy mf’er,” he closed.
Morgan responded right back with his own emo post: “Man. We sure did give em hell. If it were up to me we’d play every show together. You’re a natural. And you inspire me every day.”
“With all the glitz and glamour that this life can bring, it also requires sacrifice and heartache,” Morgan continued. “Your friendship makes that sacrifice and heartache a whole lot easier. Thankful for that and for you. Love you like my own family.”
HARDY co-wrote Morgan’s first number one, “Up Down” — which featured FGL — as well as Blake Shelton’s recent chart-topper, “God’s Country.”
HARDY’s current single, “Rednecker,” has just become his first top-25 hit as an artist.
Meanwhile, Morgan continues on the duration of the FGL trek with Dan + Shay and Canaan Smith.
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