Carrie Underwood Calls False Accusations a “Bummer”
Thunderstorms and false accusations put a damper on Carrie Underwood's closing-night performance Sunday (June 9) at the CMA Music Festival in Nashville.
Organizers saw the storms rushing toward Nashville's LP Field, home for the festival's big multi-artist concerts each night. Each artist was asked to shorten his or her set so they could all perform.
And lots of Jake Owen's fans were upset because he only performed one song. That led some of them to accuse Carrie Underwood online of ordering Jake to sing just one song to make more time for her set.
Not true, Jake tweeted.
On a side note... It wasn't @carrieunderwood fault I only played one song. She rocks. ❤ Her.We all did what we were supposed to.— Jake Owen (@jakeowen) June 10, 2013
Carrie also took to Twitter to complain about the false accusation.
Why do people just make up stuff sometimes? Does it make them feel better? Mama taught me that's called a lie...I also call it a bummer...— Carrie Underwood (@carrieunderwood) June 10, 2013
But the bummers didn't end there: Carrie and her hockey player hubby, Mike Fisher, a native of Canada, were pulled over for speeding after the show.
Ok...so, Mr. "I'm gonna star a driving school in Nashville" just got us pulled over for going 56 in a 45. Just sayin...— Carrie Underwood (@carrieunderwood) June 10, 2013