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Randy Houser Involved in Police Chase Through Nashville

The high-speed pursuit was not exactly what it seemed.

Randy Houser, who’s new album Fired Up comes out today (March 11), was involved in a high-speed police chase through downtown Nashville on Thursday.

Metro Nashville Police were in hot pursuit as a black Pontiac Trans Am roared through city streets, sending worried local residents—who had no idea what was going on—to social media to warn others and ask for more information.

The realistic chase eventually ended at a church, where Randy was running late to make a donation to the Second Harvest Food Bank of Tennessee. The wild ride, it appears, was merely a video shoot to promote Randy’s latest No. 1 single, “We Went,” an action-packed tune that features a couple of modern-day Robin Hoods on the run from the law.

Randy’s fourth studio album, Fired Up, is out now. Check out the all-too-believable prank video below.


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