Scotty McCreery’s Truck Broken Into in Nashville
Scotty McCreery's truck was broken into, but the would-be thieves didn't get away with a valuable haul.
The 25-year-old singer turned to Twitter on Tuesday morning (Jan. 29) to post a picture of the passenger seat of his truck, where an Elvis Presley CD, a charger cord and some other CDs and bits of paper lie scattered.
"Get back to Nashville to find my truck broken into," the "This Is It" singer writes to accompany the picture, adding, "Just want to apologize to whoever did this... You really picked the wrong country singer's truck to break into. Got nothing for ya ... That is, unless you’re a big fan of Elvis or the O Brother Where Art Thou soundtrack."
McCreery has just wrapped his Seasons Change Tour, and he's back in Nashville and beginning to work on new music. "I always like to be in the creative mindset, and writing is probably my favorite thing to do, so I'm really excited about getting back at it in January," he tells People.
He had an eventful 2018. Last year saw the release of his long-awaited third studio album, Seasons Change, which debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's Top Country Albums chart. The album's first single, "Five More Minutes," reached No. 1, and McCreery's current single, "This Is It," is also a Top 5 hit. McCreery tells People he will probably release more singles from the project.
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