Luke Bryan SLAMMED over Dustin Lynch introduction declaring: 'No one has passed more STD tests!'

Luke Bryan SLAMMED over Dustin Lynch introduction declaring: 'No one has passed more STD tests!'

Updated: 5 days, 6 hours, 5 minutes, 23 seconds ago

Luke Bryan has been slammed by TikTok fans over his crass introduction to a performance by Dustin Lynch - which saw him declare: 'No one has taken more STD tests than this man.'

Bryan, 46, - who sparked uproar in October when he brought Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis out at a concert - was branded an 'idiot' as he made a bizarre speech about longtime friend Lynch, 37, at country music festival Crash My Playa 2023 at the weekend,

The country singer said: 'No one has drank more liquor, no one has vomited more, no one has taken more drugs, no one has taken more IVs, no one has passed more STD tests than this next gentleman.'

He added that Lynch has a 'clean bill of health and does not have diseases' to the shocked crowd. 

Oh dear: Luke Bryan has been slammed by TikTok fans over his crass introduction to a performance by Dustin Lynch - which saw him declare: 'No one has taken more STD tests than this man Oh dear: Luke Bryan has been slammed by TikTok fans over his crass introduction to a performance by Dustin Lynch - which saw him declare: 'No one has taken more STD tests than this man

Oh dear: Luke Bryan has been slammed by TikTok fans over his crass introduction to a performance by Dustin Lynch - which saw him declare: 'No one has taken more STD tests than this man

Fans were quick to react on social media, branding the speech 'tasteless' and voicing their disappointment in the American Idol star's comments.

One wrote: 'I love Luke but he sounded like an idiot making that introduction good grief' while another typed: 'What Luke said about Dustin is so undeserving to be said. Dustin deserved a better introduction than that.

Another typed: 'I understand he may have been drunk and he's joking but as a DL fan this is disgusting of Luke to do.

Another wrote: 'What Luke Bryan said about Dustin Lynch is absolutely uncalled for! Nobody deserves an introduction to stage like Luke did to Dustin.'

Happier times: Bryan, 46, - was branded an 'idiot' as he made a bizarre speech about longtime friend Lynch, 37, at country music festival Crash My Playa 2023 at the weekend (pictured 2018) Happier times: Bryan, 46, - was branded an 'idiot' as he made a bizarre speech about longtime friend Lynch, 37, at country music festival Crash My Playa 2023 at the weekend (pictured 2018)

Happier times: Bryan, 46, - was branded an 'idiot' as he made a bizarre speech about longtime friend Lynch, 37, at country music festival Crash My Playa 2023 at the weekend (pictured 2018)

One fan penned: 'I am beyond disappointed in what Luke said about Dustin that was not cool at all' while a second wrote: ' Keep it up zero talent Luke! You'll be playing to empty stadiums soon.'

Another wrote: 'Drunk or not this is so tasteless and uncalled for. I lost so much respect after seeing this.

'If someone talked about Luke's nieces like he did Dustin, Luke would destroy their reputation! Remember the stone you roll will come back to you Luke!

Other fans came out in support of Bryan, writing: 'I think he was being funny' while another wrote: 'Ever thought they’re very good friends?'

The video comes three months after Liberals vowed to 'cancel' country singer Bryan after he brought out Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis during a concert in Jacksonville on Friday - an event held to raise money for Hurricane Ian relief efforts for the embattled state.

The surprise appearance saw the Republican governor showered with cheers as he took the stage - sentiments that were not shared by the woke masses online.

DeDantis, a staunch conservative widely known - and sometimes panned - for his anti-woke policies, threw hats into the crowd as he joined Bryan, asking if onlookers were 'excited to be in the free state of Florida?'

Speech: The country singer said: 'No one has drank more liquor, no one has vomited more, no one has taken more drugs, no one has taken more IVs, no one has passed more STD tests than this next gentleman' Speech: The country singer said: 'No one has drank more liquor, no one has vomited more, no one has taken more drugs, no one has taken more IVs, no one has passed more STD tests than this next gentleman'

Speech: The country singer said: 'No one has drank more liquor, no one has vomited more, no one has taken more drugs, no one has taken more IVs, no one has passed more STD tests than this next gentleman'

While the response in person was deafening, on social media, the liberal masses were quick to criticize Bryan for associating with the governor. 

Bryan, who twice served as host for the Country Music Awards, had been in Jacksonville as part of his 'Raised Up Right' tour after it was postponed multiple times due to damage wrought by the historic storm last month.

The country music superstar was forced to postpone three previously scheduled stops in the Sunshine State due to Ian, rescheduling and switching several venues. 

Video from Friday's show Bryan walking onstage under the bright lines with no music playing at the show's start, before the pair started talking to the crowd about the deadly storm and the Sunshine's State recovery efforts. 

While well-received by locals, liberals across the country were not as happy - with many seemingly citing DeSantis signing of the so-called 'Don't Say Gay Bill' that barred schools from teaching gender identity and sexual orientation to kids under 10.  

'Luke Bryan just got crossed off the playlist,' one user sniped after re-sharing a now-viral clip of the country crooner coming out to the uproarious applause, which the concertgoer who presumably recorded the clip remarked was 'deafening.'

'So Luke Bryan admits he hates women, LGBTQ people and immigrants,' another added in a similar scathing post, referencing the politico's polarizing policies.

Biggest mistake: He added that Lynch has a 'clean bill of health and does not have diseases' to the shocked crowd (pictured 2016) Biggest mistake: He added that Lynch has a 'clean bill of health and does not have diseases' to the shocked crowd (pictured 2016)

Biggest mistake: He added that Lynch has a 'clean bill of health and does not have diseases' to the shocked crowd (pictured 2016)

Fury: Fans took to social media to put Bryan on blast Fury: Fans took to social media to put Bryan on blast

Fury: Fans took to social media to put Bryan on blast 

Others made it clear they were swearing off the songster's music altogether because of the cameo, which seemingly took the internet by storm.

'I am so dismayed that you had DeSantis on stage with you,' one such user remarked amid the storm of backlash that followed.

The clip shows DeSantis and Bryan then shaking hands and embracing, in what appeared to be a wholesome and even charitable spot.

The appearance then saw the GOP governor encourage concertgoers to vote, prompting fervent cheers and chants of 'USA' from the supportive crowd.

DeSantis would also thank Bryan for his generosity in helping with recovery efforts, noting how the singers have already contributed money to his Florida Disaster Fund, to which the country star said that he planned to give more.

Bryan then revealed that he would donate all proceeds from his rescheduled show in Estero, Florida, to the fund.

Bryan has previously said that all the money earned from the Jacksonville show as well as all other upcoming shows in Florida will be donated to the fund to help the millions of victims of the hurricane.

'Because of the hurricane, they had to use the venue that I was performing in as a shelter,' Bryan said of the storm forcing his team to postpone three previously scheduled stops in the Sunshine State.

Controversial: The video comes three months after Liberals vowed to 'cancel' country singer Bryan after he brought out Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis during a concert in Jacksonville on Friday - an event held to raise money for Hurricane Ian relief efforts for the embattled state Controversial: The video comes three months after Liberals vowed to 'cancel' country singer Bryan after he brought out Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis during a concert in Jacksonville on Friday - an event held to raise money for Hurricane Ian relief efforts for the embattled state

Controversial: The video comes three months after Liberals vowed to 'cancel' country singer Bryan after he brought out Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis during a concert in Jacksonville on Friday - an event held to raise money for Hurricane Ian relief efforts for the embattled state