Mom always said it’s the thought that counts, right?
Someone in Jason Aldean’s hometown of Macon, Georgia decided to paint a mural of the country singer on the side of a Dollar General building.
Billed as one of “Macon (sic) Greatest” Jason is featured alongside other Georgia artists.
Unfortunately, the mural itself isn’t exactly the greatest.
Fans took to the comments to roast the artwork with one user writing, “looks like something outta mad magazine” and another comparing it to Beavis from “Beavis and Butthead.”
Jason’s latest album, “Georgia” is a tribute to his home state. The country singer described the project as “a reflection of where I grew up and who I’ve become.”
‘GEORGIA’ the completion of my 10th studio, double-album ‘MACON, GEORGIA’ is out now! It’s a reflection of where I grew up and who I've become. Y'all turn it up and let me know your favorite songs! https://t.co/6pi4rIaldK pic.twitter.com/CzfFrCbYjq
— Jason Aldean (@Jason_Aldean) April 22, 2022