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Jason Aldean is sick of people judging his relationship with Brittany Kerr.
Jason Aldean is sick of people judging his relationship with Brittany Kerr.

Jason Aldean is sick of people judging his relationship with Brittany Kerr.

Back in 2012, Aldean was caught on camera cheating on his wife with the former American Idol contestant.

From there, Aldean filed for divorce from wife Jessica Ussery in the spring of 2013, and he and Kerr went public with their relationship in April 2014 at the CMT Music Awards.

Fast forward to Sunday, when Aldean posted a picture with Kerr and their French bulldog named Manny. The 37-year-old country crooner wrote: “A little surprise for my girl @brittanylkerr tonight. Her favorite pooch @manny_the_frenchie came to my show in Chi-Town tonite. #loveubaby #surprise.”

After a flood of negative comments about Brittany came in Jason posted this

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Following the pet pic, Aldean defended his relationship. “So sick of people judging me and @brittanylkerr over things they know nothing about. I have made mistakes but I am a better person because of it, and wouldn’t change a thing. Im happier than i have ever been, so thank u to all the people who support us. Read more of the story

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