FGL Gives Emotional Goodbye At Last Concert Together
FGL gives emotional goodbye at last concert together. It happened Wednesday night at the Minnesota State Fair. It was the last time Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley will perform together as they each embark on their solo careers. They closed out the show with their song Cruise. Then they left the stage in different directions.
Florida Georgia Line started their career in 2010 and released their biggest song “Cruise” to date in 2012. The song was downloaded over seven million times, making it the first country song ever to receive the Diamond certification, and it became the best-selling digital country song, with 24 weeks at number one.
What Happened To FGL?
There have been many rumors as to what started this feud between BK and Tyler, but Tyler has said that BK wanted to do a solo career as well as continue with FGL. Tyler said you can’t give 50% to FGL, it deserves 100% and said, if you want to do solo stuff, then you need to go and do that.
J.R. and Launa got a chance to talk with Tyler a few months ago at a radio event, and he described it like he felt BK was having an affair. He said, “It’s like, BK and I are married, and he wants to go off and have some fun on the side and not put all this effort into our relationship and focus on another one. (meaning FGL) He said, that’s how I feel, like he wants to have an affair on me?” We don’t now all the details of when and where things started to go bad, we’re all just happy the two are continuing their solo careers.
Their Last Show Together
FGL gives emotional goodbye at last concert together. BK and Tyler said goodbye to their fans and thanked them for the success they’ve had and then shared a high five and a hug before walking off the stage.
TMZ has the video.
Tyler Hubbard Talked About His Relationship With Brian Kelley
Back in July, we were one of the very first people to talk with Tyler about the “break up” He spoke very highly of Brian and their relationship. Listen to the entire interview
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