Fact Check: Is Garth Brooks Serial Killer? Tom Segura Feud Explained

Country singer Garth Brooks has recently put an end to the ongoing serial killer jokes directed toward him. The comedian Tom Segura, who is known for his humorous antics, revealed during an appearance on Theo Von’s This Past Weekend podcast that he had been blocked by Brooks on Instagram. This event occurred after Segura initiated a series of fake murderer jokes about the popular country singer. The feud between these two celebrities began when Segura jokingly referred to Brooks as a serial killer. The joke quickly gained traction, leading to netizens flooding Brooks’ social media with comments about the whereabouts of the bodies.

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Is Garth Brooks serial killer?

The origins of this ongoing joke can be traced back to October 2018 when Garth Brooks announced his highly anticipated The Big-A*s Stadium Tour on Instagram. In this video, Brooks spoke about the exhilaration he gets from performing live music and his love for the physicality of it. Responding to this video, Tom Segura, along with fellow podcast hosts Christina P and Fahim Anwar, alleged that Brooks resembled a serial killer, insinuating that he might have bodies hidden on his property. These comments, made light-heartedly by Segura, quickly gained attention, and the joke snowballed from there.

The impact of these jokes appears to have taken a toll on Garth Brooks, leading him to block Tom Segura on Instagram. Segura himself claims to have received information from a “reliable source” that Brooks was well aware of the ongoing joke. While it is unclear why Brooks chose to block Segura, it highlights the sensitivity of the issue for the country singer and his desire to put an end to the jokes at his expense.

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Interestingly, this recent controversy comes as Garth Brooks teases the revival of his alter ego, Chris Gaines, more than 20 years after releasing an album under the same name in 1999. The character of Chris Gaines was created as a fictional rock musician, showcasing Brooks’ versatility and creativity. Despite the success of the album and the initial positive response, it faced criticism and failed to resonate with fans as much as his country music persona. The reintroduction of this alter ego suggests that Brooks is willing to explore different artistic avenues and challenge the expectations of his fans once again.

 

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The ongoing serial killer jokes directed towards Garth Brooks have reached a turning point with the comedian Tom Segura being blocked on Instagram. What began as a playful joke quickly gained momentum, leading to widespread speculation and comments about Brooks’ alleged criminal activities.

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