- Jason Isbell’s wife, singer-songwriter and violinist Amanda Shires, roasted her husband after he left an innocent comment on Rihanna’s thirst trap on Instagram
- While most people were commenting on Rihanna’s appearance in the photo it was only Jason Isbell who was there to talk about the musical equipment in the background
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It is absolutely wild that only a few short years ago on Instagram users were able to sort by ‘activity’ and see all of the posts their friends were following. The stalking levels were through the roof back then. These days it’s significantly harder to see someone’s activity on Instagram but Jason Isbell’s wife roasted him after she saw him leave an innocent comment on a thirst trap from Rihanna.
Jason’s a huge fan of all things music. He’s a prolific singer-songwriter and guitarist who has entertained millions of fans throughout his solo career and he’s an appreciator of the industry’s history.
Here he was just scrolling along on Instagram and took notice of a vintage 1960’s Bassman amplifier. So he dropped by to leave a comment on how much he loves the amp. It had absolutely nothing to do with Rihanna thirst trapping in a red bodysuit for some Valentine’s Day content. Nope. It was all about the amp. But that didn’t stop Jason Isbell’s wife, Amanda Shires, from roasting him on Twitter with a screenshot of his comment on Rihanna’s thirst trap.
Jason Isbell’s Wife Roasted Him For Commenting On Rihanna’s Thirst Trap
my husband is obsessed pic.twitter.com/i4ThSeRI6C
— AmandaShires (@amandashires) January 17, 2022
It works so many ways. She’s either roasting him for being too obsessed with the 1960s Bassman amp or being obsessed with leaving comments on Rihanna’s thirst traps. Probably both. Either way, it’s hilarious.
People on Twitter found humor in Amanda’s tweet and responded with memes and jokes.
— Bennett Hipp (@BennettHipp) January 17, 2022
Well, that’s a 1967 Fender Twin Reverb. Sweet, sweet tone – no wonder he is obsessed.
— W. Earl Brown (@WEarlBrown) January 17, 2022
And that’s why we love hlm. He makes us fellow guitar geeks feel not so weird 😀
— Graeme Campbell (@gcampbellmusic) January 17, 2022
I got a Duel Showman for him, Amanda. Just teasing, it’s not for sale. But I digress, Hilarious. pic.twitter.com/uMtVwXzsVW
— Nick The Bartender aka Michael J (@fisk1000) January 17, 2022
Here’s a live set of Jason Isbell from the House of Blues, a fitting way to round out this article: