Guy Fieri Slams Door on Garth Brooks, “Not in My Restaurant”!

In a surprising turn of events, Garth Brooks, a famed country music maestro, is said to have booked a spot at celebrity chef Guy Fieri’s restaurant. Not just that, Brooks hinted at arriving with a film crew and an ample supply of Bud Light.

But wait! The plot thickens. A manager warned Fieri that Brooks was planning a surprise. What did Fieri do then? He canceled Brooks’ booking! According to the folks in charge, Fieri got on a call from Brooks people and made it crystal clear: he won’t serve two things, Bud Light and Garth Brooks.

Some folks are not too pleased with Bud Light, as they collaborated with Dylan Mulvaney, a transgender influencer, on a minor sponsorship contract. This move stirred controversy with key political figures like Texas Representative Dan Crenshaw and famous musicians like Kid Rock, Travis Tritt, and John Rich. These folks publicly disliked Bud Light, sparking a call for a boycott.

Yet, when Garth Brooks opens his new place, the Friends in Low Places Honky Tonk, in the buzzing South Broadway District of Nashville this summer, he says Bud Light won’t be blacklisted. Brooks believes in a society where there is harmony and mutual regard.

Now, here’s the funny part. Even though the Fieri-Brooks event didn’t happen, some Twitter enthusiasts applauded Fieri for canceling the star’s booking. Some even suggested, “Now cancel Garth too.”

Fieri recently greeted ex-President Donald Trump at a UFC match in Las Vegas.

The Dunning-Kruger-Times, which initially reported these events, jokingly suggested that investors might withdraw from Brooks’ bar project because of his Bud Light comments. As of now, though, there’s no sign indicating that the opening of Brooks’ bar is in trouble.

Finally, it’s important to remember that the Dunning-Kruger-Times is a satirical outlet. Any resemblance between its fictional stories and real people, places, or events is purely coincidental.