The old saying says never discuss politics or religion in public, but no one told Blake Shelton.
The country star is getting involved in local politics where he resides in Tishomingo, Oklahoma.
And not surprisingly for Blake, he took to Twitter to voice his offer his two cents.
“I hope the residents of Tishomingo take notice of the non-renewal of its city mangers contact [sic].. This is devastating to our community.”
Adds Blake in a second tweet, “Clearly some people don't want this town to grow...”
According to KXII-TV in Texoma, Oklahoma, the city council in Tishomingo voted three to two to not renew city manager Mike Jump’s contract.
The mayor of the city will not publicly comment why Jump was placed on administrative leave.
I hope the residents of Tishomingo take notice of the non-renewal of its city mangers contact.. This is devastating to our community.— Blake Shelton (@blakeshelton) June 12, 2014
Clearly some people don't want this town to grow...— Blake Shelton (@blakeshelton) June 12, 2014
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