“Dude is out here thinking he’s Beyoncé with the cost of these tickets,” spat one disgruntled Instagram user. “Bro it’s a recession tf is this 2k-a-seat bulls–t. Back to jail with you just for this robbery.”
“Your ticket prices are high it would be nice if they were low,” muttered a second person.
Amid the mixed reactions to the carousel of pictures, some praised Bryan for his humility.
“We love you through all the highs, and especially all the lows,” gushed one adoring fan.
“Zach, i’m so proud of the way ur handling the recent events being covered in the news. love u so much. never let ur crown fall king,” fawned another user.
“Yes sir.. onto the next. live, learn and move on.. don’t need to be stuck in neutral on this,” hyped a third person.
His black Ram pulled up alongside his security guard’s SUV, which was clocked traveling 78 mph in a 55 mph zone, and 60 mph in a 35 mph zone, according to news outlets citing police documents.
“The cop comes up to me, and he’s like, ‘Sir, get back in your vehicle,’ and I’m like, ‘I’m not the one getting pulled over.’ He’s like, ‘Get back in your vehicle or I’m gonna have to take you to jail,’ and like a dumba–, I said, ‘Take me to f—ing jail? What do you mean?’ And he was like, ‘Take you to jail,’ and I was like, ‘Damn,’” Bryan explained in a social media video.
He was released from Craig County Jail shortly after his arrest and issued an apology via social media.
“Today I had an incident with the Oklahoma Highway Patrol. Emotions got the best of me and I was out of line in the things I said,” he wrote. “Prayers we can all move on from this and prayers people know I’m just trying the best I can, I love you guys and I am truly sorry to the officers.”
The low shortly followed the high of learning his self-titled album scored No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100.