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Jason Aldean’s Ex Wife Has Had Enough
Jason Aldean’s Ex Wife Has Had Enough

Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned. Lesson learned for Mr. Jason Aldean

There was an Instagram post on one of Jason’s fan army accounts that showed Jason and new girl (who he cheated on his wife with) Brittney Kerr that showed them laughing and enjoying each other and then it tends to get a little akward awkward…

Jason’ ex Jessica chimed in with: “Had to comment….just sittin back watching God work……They have created there own mess …..lol….funny …..everyone does have an opinion….people still have morals too, but We know the truth….my kids do…..most importantly God does … this was too funny….happiness isn’t made from lies and destruction of innocent people……IDC…I know the whole truth! 20 yrs worth!! @brittanylkerr #dontcare#burnitdown”

I would say this girl has had enough. Your thoughts?

The photos have been deleted from the Instagram account

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