Blake Was Surprised When Fans Wanted to Be Insulted

“I started reading, ‘Hey, Blake, will you cuss me out?’”

We all know that Blake Shelton loves to be rowdy on his Twitter page. (In a tweet Monday, Blake refers to LeAnn Rimes’ breasts.)

But Blake has stopped directly insulting fans because of a strange ripple effect from the first few times he did it, Blake said on his CMT: Invitation Only show.

“So if someone would say, ‘I liked you 'til I found out you hunt,’ instead of being a responsible professional, I’d say, ‘Oh yeah, well how about kissing my ass? I don't care if you like me or not, you sonofa b!’ And go off on them,” Blake said on the show, which debuted Monday (Nov. 15).

“After a while the things I started reading were, ‘Hey, Blake, will you cuss me out?’ It’s like, what the hell's wrong with these people? They want to be insulted,” he said.

“Since I quit that, I don’t get those requests as much anymore.”

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