People at a concert in Houston, Texas, over the weekend, wearing signs with phrases like “home to patriots” and “let’s go Brandon”, which often refers to the Texas state flag, held up “bad cop” videos during the country singer’s performance.
Brandon is a Texas police lieutenant who beat a motorist in 2015 after a traffic stop and is now serving a 10-year sentence for assault and injury to a disabled person.
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After Twitter user @Starr_WNY tweeted a video of people chanting the words, people chimed in with their thoughts, including a commenter who said: “Say what you want about ‘bad cop’ Brandon Deleon – he deserves to be put in jail.”
Stapleton’s Houston show was expected to attract 12,000 fans and nearly 4,000 videos per minute were being tweeted and posted as of 10pm CDT. “Man I’m having the time of my life,” said the One Tail At A Time singer on Twitter Saturday, posting a video of someone in the crowd raising the “bad cop” sign and music from the audience.
I see so many signs in the crowd tonight. Some in Atlanta-in, ones in Houston-upstate…🤷🏻♀️ I’m loving all the vibe with everyone #ChrisStapleton #rocktown #partyrock #cantstopdontstopforthisfang
keith and buckeye, brandon a Texas police lieutenant who beat a motorist in 2015 after a traffic stop, should stay in jail
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