Shortly after Garth Brooks announced to the world that he prefers to cater to .07 percent of its population, things started to go horribly wrong.

First, he held a soft opening for his new club, “Friends in Low Places,” and only a dozen people showed up. On hearing that news, his three investors pulled out, calling his brand “an embarrassment.” Brooks canceled the Grand Opening.

Now, his record label, Capitol Country, has dropped him as a featured artist, stating that he “doesn’t represent country.”

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