Brad Paisley: a marked man | Rock Candy

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Brad Paisley: a marked man

Posted By on Wed, Aug 10, 2011 at 10:53 PM

If my Facebook feed is any indication, country music superstar Brad Paisley has managed to piss off a good-sized number of folks out in the hinterlands of Arkansas by posting a video to Youtube in which he sets fire to an Arkansas Razorback door mat as a prank (see above).

The smoked pig came in retaliation for the joking theft of Paisley's West Virgina rug by the band Eden's Edge, an Arkansas band that's currently touring with Paisley. As seen in the video, Paisley and friends find it a tough to get the Razorback warmed up, even after dousing it with a whole can of lighter fluid. Feel free to insert your own joke here.

Oh, Brad. Don't you know that a certain percentage of the Razorback fans in this state are absolutely bugshit insane? Good luck on your next swing through Little Rock, dude.

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