'No Truth' to Florida Georgia Line Breakup Rumors Following Social Media Split

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While Florida Georgia Line's Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley have unfollowed each other on social media, a source close to the group tells Billboard there is "no truth" to rumors of a split.

The pair made headlines this week after fans feared they might be headed for a break-up when Hubbard and his wife, Hayley, unfollowed bandmate Kelley on Instagram; at press time, Hubbard had followed Kelley on Instagram again.

Hubbard also counts Kelley's wife, Brittney, as a follower, along with President-elect Joe Biden, while Kelley follows the accounts of conservative outlet Breitbart, as well as Donald Trump Jr. and Hayley Hubbard.

FGL were supposed to perform at Wednesday night's (Nov. 11) 2020 CMA Awards but were forced to pull out after Hubbard tested positive for COVID-19.

Neither man had publicly addressed the reported friction at press time.

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