CARRIE Underwood is under fire following a recent interaction on Twitter.
The country music star was seen liking a controversial tweet that was made by American comedian and actor, Matt Walsh.
Why is Carrie Underwood trending on Twitter?
Fans have called her actions “embarrassing and dangerous.”
“Here is my speech at the Nashville Scooll Board where I spoke out against the cruel and indefensible mask mandate for children,” Walsh tweeted alongside the video.
In the video, Walsh states that, Covid-19 poses “almost no threat to our kids at all,” and that making them wear masks can be classified as “child abuse.”
Underwood has yet to respond to the backlash she has received but Walsh has taken full notice of her viral fame thanks to him.
“Carrie Underwood liked my video and now the mob is coming for her,” Walsh said. “She should know better than to like something that they don’t like. This is an unforgivable sin.”
He followed up and tweeted: “How long before Carrie Underwood officially renounces me? I give it 12 hours, tops, I could be wrong though. I’m basing this on our general experience with celebrities who face public backlash from the left. In fairness, she could be the outlier. Time will tell.”
Who is Matt Walsh?
Born October 13, 1964, Walsh, 56, is famously known for his role as Mike McLintock in Veep, which ran from 2012 to 2019.
Outside of acting, Walsh is also a comedian and YouTuber who has over 349,000 subscribers.
A graduate of Northern Illinois University, Walsh is also a writer for The Daily Wire where his columns are read by millions each month.
He is known for his controversial and provocative opinions on culture, politics, and religion.
Since 2009, he has been married to actress Morgan Walsh.
The couple have three children together, Jude, Celia, and Emmet.
Did Carrie Underwood cause a Covid-19 outbreak?
This tweet was not the first controversial event surrounding Underwood and the Covid-19 pandemic.
Back in June 2021, Underwood alongside fellow country music sensations, Luke Combs and Toby Keith, were blamed for causing a Covid-19 outbreak in Colorado.
Local media outlets reported that the outdoor Country Jam music festival that was held from June 24-26 in Mesa County, Colorado, was linked to at least 23 Covid-19 cases.
The festival sold over 24,000 tickets and drew large crowds over the three days.