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Brothers Osborne Want Fans to ‘Wear Your F—ing Masks’

Brothers Osborne has one message: “Wear your f—ing masks.”

The group took to Instagram on Tuesday (July 21) to share an epic throwback video from a packed Faster Horses music festival, in which the duo is rocking out onstage in the pouring rain. “Dreaming about the good ol’s days today. If y’all just wear your f—ing masks we will get to do this sooner than later,” they captioned the clip.

Unfortunately, as coronavirus cases continue to skyrocket across the country, the debate of whether or not to wear a mask continues. Due to some backlash on the post, the band added an note to their caption: “Edit: man, people get really upset about this mask thing. Some of y’all are rather sensitive about the mildest of inconveniences.”

See the post here.

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