Christie Matthews

Jake Owen Was Injured a Go Kart Accident

Jake Owen Was Injured a Go Kart Accident

Jake Owen ended up in the hospital with minor injuries after foolishly attempting to Go Kart race against NASCAR studs Kevin Harvick and Clint Bowyer. This happened on Sunday after Jake performed at a surprise birthday party for Harvick’s wife.   Jake Tweeted a photo of himself being treated by a couple of doctors . . . and he wrote, “Got in a little Go Kart accident tryin’ to beat @Kevin Harvick and @Clint Bowyer.  I’ll stick to singing country songs.”  He followed that up with a picture where he’s all smiles, even though he’s wearing a neck brace.  He wrote, quote, “In the E.R.  What a way to end the weekend.”

Kevin Harvick also posted a 6 second Vine video of Jake performing at the party that you can watch HERE.

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