Georgia-born country superstar Luke Bryan knows a thing or two about farming. After all, the "Rain is a Good Thing" singer's parents, LeClaire and Tommy Bryan, owned a peanut farm. And Bryan's annual Farm Tour benefits local farming communities. (This year's Farm Tour was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.)
But clearly Bryan doesn't know as much about farming as his mama, LeClaire. It seems that the singer planted a bit too much sweet corn, despite a warning from his mom.
"Litte tip for you guys," Bryan says in an Instagram video. "Never get bored during a pandemic and plant four acres of sweet corn."
Among the many comments Bryan received about his bounty of sweet corn was one from LeClaire Bryan.
"Maybe you will start listening to your mama," Bryan's mom wrote.
Good advice, Mama Bryan.
Even Bryan's wife, Caroline Bryan, poked a little fun at her husband.
"I told you that y'all planted too much," Caroline Bryan wrote.
Bryan recently scored his 25th No. 1 hit with "One Margarita."
Bryan's new album Born Here, Live Here, Die Here will be released on August 7.
The country superstar recently postponed his Proud to Be Right Here Tour until 2021. The tour, which was originally set to kick off on May 28 in Cincinnati, Ohio will now kick off on May 30, 2021.
"With the health and safety of my fans, team and venue staff being a top priority we feel it is best to postpone my #ProudToBeRightHereTour and are excited to announce these new 2021 dates," Bryan wrote.