Within the midst of some hard-earned post-celebratory leisure as his collaborations with Florida Georgia Line associate Brian Kelley with each Nelly and Chase Rice for “Lil Bit” and “Drinkin’ Beer. Talkin’ God. Amen” respectively, Tyler Hubbard obtained some “medical consideration” from a “physician” that proved fairly hilarious.
“I feel you didn’t get sufficient relaxation,” says Hubbard’s daughter Olivia, aka the three-year-old “Dr. Liv.” She continues, “You must get relaxation. That’s why you are feeling sick, you didn’t get sufficient relaxation.” Dr. Liv follows up as her father seems to have over-indulged in his celebrating. Upon asking him why he feels higher, Hubbard replies that napping — plus a cheeseburger and fries from Shake Shack — helped him immensely. “Simply be sure you take loads of sleep within the morning and loads of sleep when it’s nap time (and) bedtime,” Hubbard’s daughter responded.
Off-camera, Olivia’s mom and Tyler’s spouse Hayley Hubbard provides that the “physician” gave Tyler some “actually good recommendation,” and asks what her husband ought to do if alcohol makes him sick once more. “Dr. Liv” replies that he shouldn’t have alcohol and will have plenty of relaxation. “Thanks,” says the Florida Georgia Line member. “That’s good recommendation.”
At present, Chase Rice’s “Drinkin’ Beer. Talkin’ God. Amen” collaboration with Florida Georgia Line is the number-one single on Mediabase’s nation radio singles chart, assuming the place from Cole Swindell’s newest, “Single Saturday Evening.”