Elle King called Chris Young an “a-hole” after he called on his partner to “get your wife!”
While filming Blake Shelton and Carson Daly’s new show, “Barmageddon,” on USA Networks, the two country singers challenged each other to wild wall games, including the “air cannon cornhole, ” “keg curling” and “drunken ax hole.”
However, according to the source, things got complicated between Young, 37, and King, 33, when he started to win and talk smack.
Young allegedly told her fiancé, Dan Tooker, who was watching from the crowd, to “Get your wife!”
The source – who is due in April 2022 – said, “I can’t hold my tongue about how that country singer Chris Young did to Elle King. He talked to her because she is a woman.
“I knew the internet was going to be cut off so he wouldn’t watch it, but when he started kicking his a– in bar games as–t talk like guys do , he couldn’t take it anymore. He sees red.
“He calls her names and then he calls over her head to a man with him who better ‘Get your wife’ – what is he going to do? Very stupid. Seen and heard the sailors.
The relationship was not included in the final announcement, which was made last week.
However, when asked who is the biggest competitor on the series, host Shelton told ET, “Chris Young,” as Daly added, “Chris Young is a big competitor. .”
While the event was left out of the event, King addressed the alleged sexist comment and explained why he titled his latest album, “Get Your Woman.”
“The name of this record came about because a famous lunatic tried to shout ‘Come and get your wife,’ and I was like I’m not married, because I kicked to his a– in the game. I was like, ‘Ha ha wouldn’t it be fun if I called my story that?’ So I did it,” he wrote on Instagram on Monday.
He added in a separate Instagram post, “Remember one time I hit a hole in a game and he yelled, “Get your wife!” to my friend!?!? And I didn’t. married! Lol. Thanks for the album title, babe 😉.”
A representative for Young, his record label, did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment. Neither did King’s officers.
A representative for USA Network, which owns NBC Universal, did not get back to us.