Jason Aldean had some much-needed family time recently and like many families, he was prepping for the arrival of Halloween.
On Friday (October 18), the country singer uploaded a video of his son Memphis and it is too adorable for words. In the clip, Memphis is playing with some Halloween-themed stickers when his dad asked a question. “Hey Memphis, this right here, what is this?” he asked while pointing to a sticker of a witch.
”A boy,” the toddler adorably answered looking at the sticker just above the witch. Aldean pointed to the witch again and says, “no this one” and helps his son out. As with many toddlers, Memphis hasn't quite nailed down how to pronounce all of his words so he ended up saying a curse word instead — you can probably guess which one — and it, of course, causes giggles to erupt.
Naturally, the “We Back” singer captioned the post, “Happy Halloween B******! 🎃 👻” and his comment section is filled with hilarious reactions.
Aldean is prepping for the release of his upcoming album, 9, which is dropping at the end next month. He's already released a few songs including “We Back,” “Blame It On You,” and “Dirt We Were Raised On” to name a few.
Additionally, the country superstar will be performing during this year's iHeartCountry One Night For Our Military Presented by Roche Diabetes Care, alongside Kelsea Ballerini and Scotty McCreery on November 11th — Veterans Day (in fact, it's the 100th observance of Veterans Day). The Nashville concert will honor our military heroes and will host 750+ attendees including many from nearby military bases, Fort Knox and Fort Campbell. Fans across the country will be able to watch and listen live with streaming details to come.
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