After celebrating the recent opening of their new compound in Nashville, Florida Georgia Line found themselves on the victim side of vandals.
The new compound, which houses FGL’s Meet + Greet, Tree Vibez and Tribe Kelley Trading Post in Hillsboro Village, took a hit when a four vandals decided to destroy the Teepee that sat outside of Tribe Kelley—Brian and wife Brittany’s clothing store.
The silver lining is that the duo did have video cameras set up watching the property and the vandals were caught on tape. After the incident, Brian took to Instagram to let fans know the situation and ask for help in finding the people that destroyed the teepee.
“Someone was trying to take our teepee and we have it on video. So I just want to say, we’re offering a nice little reward,” Brian said in the video. “Anybody that has an legit information, a name, we’re offering five thousand dollars, so holler at your boy—DM me. Let me know. If you recognize anybody in these videos, holla, we’re coming.”
Brian then posted the surveillance footage from the store that shows the vandals taking apart the teepee. If you recognize these people, Brian is asking that you contact him directly through Instagram DM or you can contact the Nashville police with further information.
In addition to the video, BK wrote, “Last night around 1:30 AM these four individuals came onto the @tribekelleytradingpost property and vandalized our Teepee. Lucky for us we have surveillance footage – PLEASE SWIPE and watch! If you recognize anyone in this video we are offering $5,000 reward for a name or names. DM me. Let’s go. PLEASE SHARE and let’s find these vandals.”
That wasn’t all, BK went on to close out the video with a warning.
“Nashville tribe let’s ban together and find these people. You think you can come on our property and do this? Nope, that’ll be the last time. Chief Kelley on patrol now baby.”
Go get ’em!