Luke Bryan has a fantastic sense of humor, but even the king of pranks has enough every now and then.
Popular YouTube comedians and stars of "Natural Born Pranksters", Roman Atwood and Dennis Roady appeared on a recent episode of "Allegedly" where they gave details of the prank-gone-wrong. Apparently, the men were hired by Bryan's label, Capitol Nashville, and flown to Florida during spring break to pull off the prank again the "Kick The Dust Up" singer.
Roady and Atwood were the only men in a large group of sorority girls who were meeting Bryan prior to his Panama City concert. The duo was playing two randomly chosen fans who won a one-on-one with Bryan. During that time Roady and Atwood started throwing crude jokes and false compliments at the singer.
"I just start naming off everybody else’s music," Roady claimed. "I was like ‘Dude, your song ‘Thunder Rolls’ blew my mind. I still listen to it to this day!’”
Bryan allegedly became angry and walked off. In fact, the singer was so angry that his record label refused to sign the paperwork allowing the duo to publish the prank. When asked what the record label's response was to the prank, the men said that the label didn't expect the duo to go so hard on Bryan and the two parties haven't spoken since.
And, if the failed prank wasn't bad enough, Bryan had to go on stage to perform just 10 minutes later.
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