Billboard Magazine is reporting that CHASE RICE posted a video addressing the controversy about his non-social distancing concert on Saturday.  It's mostly an account of what happened, and how he's planning to move forward.

He started by saying everybody had a blast, and it wasn't until he posted a clip from the show that people had a "big problem."  He said he understands that "there are a lot of different opinions on COVID-19" and his biggest concern are his fans.

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Quote, "You guys are everything, and your safety is a huge priority.  So moving forward, I have a drive-in show on Friday.  Take your trucks, take your cars.  You have your own space, you can get out of your cars, you can get out of your trucks and party with me.

"But stay in your own space, stay with the people you came with.  The biggest thing for all of us is the safer we are now, the quicker we get to actual, normal live shows.  Thank you for understanding, please go by the rules."

This was a response to

post on IG yesterday calling Chase "Selfish" for putting on a show. Here is Chase's response...

(Billboard)