The Herald Online claims a Rock Hill, South Carolina woman has been scammed out of $160,000 by a man claiming to be Dierks Bentley. The woman went to the police yesterday after sending the man $160,000 in cashier’s checks and gift cards over the past two years. The woman claimed she met ‘Dierks’ on Twitter before exchanging text messages with him.
Dan + Shay’s Shay Mooney tells Buildingyourownnashville.com that they loved doing the ‘Mean Tweets’ segment on Jimmy Kimmel. “That was such an amazing experience. We had a lot of great ones we tried to pick the most extreme ones that we could possibly find and we read some pretty great ones. It’s fun to not take yourself so seriously and there will always be someone out there tweeting about anybody at any given time and if they’re not hating on it, you’re not doing a great job, haha! There are plenty of people who do love it. When we were asked to do it we were like ‘Absolutely!’ We are big fans of that part of the show.”
Luke Combs tells People magazine that he’s just a regular guy. “I think that I’m just a regular guy. I think people can really relate to that. I’m very non-threatening. And I don’t mean that in a disarming way. I mean that in a way that says, ‘Hey, that could be my buddy that I hung out with in high school.'”
Jake Owen tells Sounds like Nashville that he thinks his daughter, Pearl, is going to be a great big sister. “I think she’s really excited because she’ll be a great sister. She’s already kind. I got a letter from her teacher the other day, which was great, about the kind of person she is to her classmates. She’s a kind friend, she said. She’s always willing to lend a helping hand,” gushed the proud father. “That makes me feel good as a father because I always strive to be that myself, but to know that has worn off on her, she’ll be a great sister because of that.”
Thomas Rhett tells Yahoo that his wife Lauren hates being brought on-stage. “My wife hates coming onstage, but recently, I’m sitting there playing a song and all the people in the front row were looking side stage, they’re not even watching the show. They’re sitting there waving at my wife and I was like, ‘Babe, you got to come out here.'”
Kane Brown tells Songwriters Universe that his job is to make people happy.“That’s what it’s all about making people happy and guiding them through life, putting a light in their life. That’s what I really love about this job.”