Jerrod Niemann’s Bus Catches on Fire After Charity Show

“Jerrod got jealous because Lee’s bus caught on fire, so now Jerrod’s bus is on fire,” a mutual friend says.

File this under the (rather cynical) cliché, No Good Deed Goes Unpunished.

Jerrod Niemann was wrapping up a fundraiser show Tuesday night (March 6) in Chattanooga, Tenn., when his bus broke out in flames. And when that happens, break out the camera and pose with your buddies, right? (No one was hurt in the incident.)

Weirder still was that Jerrod was with Lee Brice, and Lee's bus caught on fire back in January outside Toby Keith's restaurant in Mesa, Ariz.

That fact wasn't lost on fellow singer/songwriter Jon Stone, who broke out the video camera.

“The bus is on fire. Jerrod Niemann’s bus is on fire. Jerrod got jealous because Lee’s bus caught on fire, so now Jerrod’s bus is on fire,” Jon said in narrating his video. "And this is really, really, really, really bad.”

The guys may have been goofing around, but Jerrod expressed some gratitude he wasn't caught in the middle of the blaze.

"To be honest, thank the good Lord that @leebrice was here tonite or I'd be freddy Krueger," Jerrod tweeted, making a reference to a popular horror movie character whose face is burned and mutilated.

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