Tim McGraw and Luke Bryan photo via YouTube video
Tim McGraw's made it a habit of playing the peacekeeper role at his concerts by throwing out unruly fans right and left.
Well now apparently Tim's moved onto bigger and better things, like throwing out entire rows of fans at his concert.
Or at least threatening to throw them out.
Tim performed Saturday, July 16th, at Tinley Park in Chicago and apparently stopped the concert to gripe at not just one fan but an entire row of fans.
A radio listener called into Chicago's 99.5 to give the scoop.
"Early on in the concert he (Tim) stopped the concert to chastise a guy up towards the front....we were just really wondering what the heck happened. He stopped the concert for probably two minutes and he just kept looking at the guy going, 'Really? Dude, calm down, calm down.' Then he said, 'If it happens again, that entire row is gone.'"
According to another caller it was two guys fighting that caused Tim to stop the show.
Sheesh people, Tim's exciting and all, but can't you let him finish at least one concert without him having to play recess monitor and put fans in the corner?
So far there's no video of the incident, but I'm sure in an hour or two there'll be some good footage popping up. Until then, check out the interview from US99.5 below or here if that doesn't work.
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