The Andie Summers Show

It was half warning/half prophecy: Breland’s song “My Truck” spelled out exactly how he feels about his wheels. Yet, despite his song’s warning BRELAND’s truck gets broken into and he’s not happy.

Breland has been a friend of The Andie Summers Show for some time now. Not just because he’s a great guy and incredibly talented, but he’s from the Delaware Valley! Breland grew up in Burlington County in South Jersey. He’s a graduate of the Peddie School, a boarding school in New Jersey and then Georgetown University. Smart guy! And a good guy, which is why we’re crushed that someone would diss him like this.

If you haven’t heard the song My Truck, the lyrics include:

“You can drink my liquor, you can call my lady / You can take my money, you can smoke my blunt / Scuff these Jordans, you can say you hate me / You can call me crazy but / Don’t touch my truck.” 

Well, it seems someone didn’t get the message, because they broke into Breland’s truck earlier this week. He posted a pic to Twitter, captioning it

“Someone broke into my truck, smashing the front and side windows. I’ve got half a billion streams outlining why this was a bad idea,” with an angry emoji.

If you missed it, check out Breland’s musical warning below.

  • My Truck Official Video

    I mean, he couldn’t have been more clear …

  • Breland's Twitter post

    He found one in the other half-a-billion …

  • Breland & The Summers' Seven

    It’s the lightning round as Andie Summers asks Breland seven rapid-fire questions. Let’s see how he does …

  • Breland live from the ACM Awards

    Our own Andie Summers talks to the Delaware Valley’s own Breland at the ACM Awards

  • Remember when Breland helped us with our Eagles Hype Video???

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