Garth Brooks has been taking notice of the turmoil our country has been in during the pandemic and the unrest and rioting over the death of Black people at the hands of police in the last several months and he offered a bit of advice on his Facebook Live Studio G show on Monday (8/24) night.
Garth said, “What I’ve noticed here is this has given us a chance to look at ourselves. And, I think what we’ve found [is] a lot of beautiful people. But I think we’ve also found how ugly we can be.”
He added, “So, I think we keep working on that ‘beautiful’ thing…try and leave that ‘ugly’ thing behind. But it’s going to take patience…love…everything.”
Brooks sang about the answer being love in his 1990’s video for his song “We Shall Be Free.”