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F <"k You: Dana White to Jason Aldean


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Dana White slams Jason Aldean for blowing off UFC 216 invitation - ‘F*ck you, stay out of Las Vegas’


Last weekend, a madman opened fire from he 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada at unsuspecting concert-goers who were enjoying some of Jason Aldean’s greatest hits, killing over 50 people and injuring nearly 500 more.

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) did its part to honor victims, families and first responders who were all affected by the horrific event, donating $1 million to the cause and hosting over 1,500 of those people at last night’s (Sat., Oct. 7, 2017) UFC 216 event in “Sin City.”

UFC president Dana White, though, wanted Aldean to perform the National Anthem at the event, but was denied by the country music singer’s management, citing that Jason was shook up by the shooting and wasn’t sure if he’d be performing live anytime soon, if ever.
However, Aldean did perform, but not at UFC 216, but on Saturday Night Live in New York, the same night as UFC 216. Needless to say, White was not happy.
"His image was more important then coming back to Vegas and playing for the people who are his fans and who got shot watching him play," White said.
"F*ck you Jason Aldean. Stay out of Vegas,” an angry White told TMZ Sports. According to Dana, he reached out to several other country musicians but was rejected by each and every one of them.
"Those are people who buy your albums and none of you country music people could sing the anthem in front of survivors and 1st responders?"
From Gil Guillory:
Very seldom do I ever agree with Dana White. But in this case I have to agree with him. You had enough time to go to Saturday Night Live but could not perform in Vegas for the people that have paid you millions of dollars and suffered through so much.  I think it's inexcusable that you did not want to do it in Vegas but have the time to do it in New York. That's only my opinion take it for what it's worth.  But, you should have enough decency to perform in front of the people and in the city that so much turmoil has arisen.




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