Florida Georgia Line's Tyler Hubbard Challenges Country Music Peers to Support Gun Control


Florida Georgia Line's Tyler Hubbard has thrown his help behind the End Gun Violence Together marketing campaign launched by Blake Mycoskie of TOMS Shoes -- and he needs his colleagues throughout nation music to hitch him.

On Nov. 29, Hubbard delivered an impassioned endorsement of the TOMS CEO's new initiative. In a solemn video, he referred to the staggering statistics concerning the 307 mass shootings that happened over the past 311 days within the United States and stated that he believes that "we are able to all come collectively and all agree that one thing has to alter" by contacting congress and demanding stricter gun legal guidelines.

Now, Hubbard is doubling down on that message and asking his friends throughout nation -- together with Jason Aldean, Miranda Lambert, Maren Morris, Luke Bryan, Taylor Swift and plenty of extra -- to get entangled, even when it means stepping outdoors their consolation zones to lend their social media platforms to the trigger.

"To my mates, to my friends, to different artists: I do know we've all been affected by gun violence immediately or not directly," he says in a follow-up to his preliminary video. 

"I simply wish to say it's our time to take a stand, to hitch collectively. I do know numerous you guys are on the fence about posting a video, however I simply wish to problem you --  both repost my video or shoot your individual video and simply proceed to unfold the phrase."

Watch Hubbard's new video beneath.