Blake Shelton is reacting to the debut of a song titled “Minimum Wage” as the American people continue to fight the coronavirus epidemic.
Coach “The Voice” co-starred in a new single on television before New Year’s Eve, along with Carson Daly to help ring in 2021. The country’s singer told the host that his fianc Gwen Stefani helped her brother Todd manage the video.
The artist’s new song has to do with his love for the 51-year-old “Holback Girl” singer and the chorus has a song that upsets many people watching the broadcast.
“Daughter, your love can make a man feel rich at the minimum wage.”
Considering that the coronavirus epidemic had shut down many businesses and put countless Americans out of work, people quickly took to Twitter to lure the singer to release a song called “Tone Deaf” in the current climate.
“The embarrassment of hearing a millionaire Blake Shelton sing ‘Love for a Minimum Wage’ at the end of 2020 could be lost to his target audience,” one user wrote.
“I love his music but the minimum wage time is not great. The song feels a bit deafening with a lot of people working and fighting outside. I want to hear songs that are more personal. Hopefully he wrote some more things of his own because he’s an incredible songwriter, ”another wrote in a tweet that was unavailable until Sunday.
Someone else agreed and wrote: “Can anyone else consider Blake Shelton’s” Minimum Wage “song to be incredibly deaf to the current state of our country?”
“Please apologize to everyone for the ‘minimum wage’ of your song I ‘from what I read you will leave a lot of people at a time when we and the optimistic song needs no more exaggeration about how much there is between you and Gwen love. What an insult to all of us. Boooooo, “added more hardcore users.
“What !? @BlackShelton is the #minimum wage for real? Yes of course @gwenstefani can make a boy on the minimum wage he thinks himself a millionaire rich Are you working at the home depot now or something? Want to pay me rent?” No one has reached a conclusion.
The song has not yet been fully released and Shelton has not yet publicly commented on its reaction on social media.
As of Thursday morning, the novel has infected more than 62,7991,115 people across 191 countries and territories with the coronavirus, resulting in at least 1,806,478 deaths. In the United States, all 50 states and the District of Columbia have confirmed 19,744,737 illnesses and at least 350,000 deaths from more than 19 cases of COVID-19.
A Shelton representative did not immediately return a request for comment.