WATCH: Caroline Bryan Trolls Luke Bryan In Hilarious Comparison To Their Llama
“Evidently Pekka and Luke attended the same etiquette school,” Caroline captioned her post.
Caroline Bryan, Luke Bryan; Photo Courtesy CMA, Instagram
The Bryan’s are at it again with their comedy gold!
Luke Bryan and his wife Caroline never take themselves too seriously. They are known for their practical jokes and showing what life really looks like in the Bryan household. Caroline recently took to social media to show the similarities between her husband and their llama named Pekka, who is a member of their animal rescue farm, Brett’s Barn.
The video captures Bryan chowing down on some popcorn in slow motion as he bears a remarkable resemblance to Pekka who is doing the same with her hay.
Caroline captioned the video, “Evidently Pekka and Luke attended the same etiquette school!”
Along with the fans, the wives of fellow country stars Tyler Hubbard and Jon Pardi left comments letting Caroline know they’re laughing right along with her.
“This is amazing,” Summer Pardi wrote with several laughing emojis.
The idea for the side-by-side comparison came from a previous post on Brett’s Barn’s Instagram feed that captured Pekka eating her hay with her lip curled and teeth showing. The caption reads, “what Luke Bryan looks like eating his breakfast in the morning. 🤣 jk!”
Caroline responded saying “And lunch, dinner…y’all should see him eat popcorn!” while Bryan simply said, “funny.”
Coincidentally, the “Waves” singer recently released his own brand of the snack he was eating in the video. In partnership with Fendt, the agricultural machinery manufacturer, Boldy Grown Popcorn comes in two flavors and sold out almost instantly. With the announcement of his new popcorn, Bryan also revealed that once the supply sold out, he and Fendt would donate $25,000 to the National Future Farmers of America (FFA) Organization. Since that goal was accomplished within minutes, they will be sticking to their word.
“Wow, y’all really like some popcorn huh? You officially sold it out! And because of you, @Fendt_NA is donating $25,000 to @nationalffa to help grow the next generation of agricultural leaders. Thank y’all for supporting #boldlygrown,” Bryan wrote on Twitter.
The lovebirds are no strangers to taking part in charitable acts and their llama Pekka is one small part of their work with another non-profit organization that they hold close to their hearts, Brett’s Barn.
Fans are aware that the Bryan’s large property includes a farm and housing for quite a few animals that were adopted for their sanctuary. The country superstar and his wife started Brett’s Barn in 2018 as part of the Brett Boyer Foundation, which was created in honor of Caroline’s niece, Sadie Brett Boyer. At just 7 months old, Sadie died from complications of Congenital Heart Disease (CHD) and now they are keeping her memory alive by raising awareness of CHD while also supporting research for the disease.
“After Brett passed away, I decided to keep a promise I made to her when she was about a month old…a white pony!” Caroline shared on the organization’s website.
This white pony that was adopted from a local rescue facility started it all, but the barn grew at a rapid pace. In partnership with St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital, children invited out to the farm to visit the animals that now includes goats, donkeys, kangaroos, dogs, horses, llamas and more.
“It’s truly a special place and we can feel Brett’s spirit there every single day,” Caroline said concluding her statement.
As Luke Bryan continues to headline dates on his Raised Up Right Tour, he is also on the heels of his annual Farm Tour, which will kick off on September 15 in Monroeville, IN.
Madeleine O’Connell graduated from North Central College with a bachelors degree in Journalism and Broadcast Communications before deciding to pursue her studies further at DePaul University. There, she earned her masters degree in Digital Communication & Media Arts. O’Connell served as a freelance writer for over two years while also interning with the Academy of Country Music, SiriusXM and Circle Media and assisting with Amazon Music’s Country Heat Weekly podcast. In addition to Country Now, she has been published in American Songwriter, Music Mayhem, and Holler.Country. Madeleine O’Connell is a member of the Country Music Association and the Academy of Country Music.