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Things got pretty heated between Luke Bryan and a fan on the front row at Charlie Daniels’ Volunteer Jam Nov. 30 at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena.

In the video, the guy on the front row seems to be taunting Luke in some way.

RELATED: Luke Bryan’s camp tells his side of the story in that heated fan altercation

A fan posted a tweet claiming the guy was flipping Luke the bird during his set.

You can see Luke tell the guy, “Come on!,” as he’s singing “Move.” Then, Luke calls the guy up to the stage and appears to put his hand to him.


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This fan video seems to squarely side with Luke in the situation.

The caption reads, “S/o [shoutout] to Luke Bryan for handling this jerk and finishing the song.”

Another fan posted that the guy was ejected from the venue after the exchange with Luke. Luke returned to the stage later for this collaboration with Charlie Daniels on “The Devil Went Down to Georgia.”

Of note, Luke spoke exclusively with Rare Country prior to this performance, and he was in great spirits.

We even followed him to the stage just before the gig in a Facebook Live, and you can see he’s happily greeting folks backstage. He even had a great exchange with Nashville Mayor Megan Barry.

Read the statement here first: Luke Bryan tells his side of the story in this heated fan altercation

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