A video that went viral showing country music artist Luke Bryan assisting a woman who was raising her two young children by herself touched the hearts of his devoted audience.
Bryan has been praised for his never-ending gesture of charity, which is only one of his numerous good deeds.
A woman named Courtney Potts, who was on the side of the road with her two young children when country singer Luke Bryan pulled up alongside her, received roadside assistance from him in October 2021.
On Instagram, Potts shared a video clip that showed a Hollywood celebrity kneeling down and working on a tire iron. In the film, the actor was seen working on the tire iron.
Potts said that she had to give herself a “double take” after hearing his voice, which she did in response to seeing him.
“As soon as I recognized his voice, I jumped out of the car and gave it a second thought. I hardly had time to process what had just happened when he said something to the kind of “Look, we need to get you away of this road since I nearly struck you.””
Potts was given the advice by Bryan, who was driving with his two boys, to follow him up the road. He was helpful in her search for the spare tire that was hidden somewhere in the packed vehicle.
When the native of Georgia saw that the tire jack belonging to the lone parent could not be of use, he offered her his own. Potts was able to recollect that the man just got down on the ground and began replacing the tire.
The intervention by Bryan barely took half an hour, and following, he joyfully posed for a picture with the native of Tennessee, who is now an even larger admirer of him than before:
“Simply put, he is a modest person. He was really concerned about the fact that I was going to change the tire on this automobile.”
When fans found out about Bryan’s kind act, they descended over Potts’ social media account to praise him for assisting a member of the general public and stepping in to aid.
An Instagram user gave him praise and called it a blessing that he was there at the right location at the right time to make sure that Potts and her children received assistance.
Because this was not the first time Bryan has assisted other people, the fact that he aided a mother who was accompanied by her two young children did not come as a surprise.
The “American Idol” contestant did the most unselfish thing possible when he and his wife, Caroline Boyer, made the decision to raise his late sister Kelly and brother-in-law Ben Cheshire’s children after they had both passed away.
In the year 2000, his brother Chrisi was lost in a vehicle accident, and then seven years later, his sister Kelly passed away unexpectedly.
The passing of Kelly’s widower Cheshire in 2014 was the event that brought about the indelible transformation in Bryan’s life. He and his wife took custody of the couple’s three children, a male named Til, and two girls named Jordan and Kris.
Boyer and Bryan have been dating since they were in college. The two young people first crossed paths at Georgia Southern University in the autumn of 1998, when she was a freshman there and he was a senior.
The wedding took place in Turks and Caicos in December of 2006, and the pair went down the aisle there. Two years later, in March 2008, they were blessed with their first child, a boy they named Thomas “Bo.”
In August of 2010, they had their second son, who they named Tatum “Tate.” According to Bryan, adopting his nephew and nieces was one of the best decisions of his life.
When Bryan was responsible for the upbringing of his nephew when he was a teenager, Bryan’s major objective was to make certain that his nephew worked hard in school, shown respect toward others, and tried his best to be raised in the correct way.
Bryan said that the experience of being a father to his five children was far more meaningful to him than anything he might achieve in his music career.
The musician known for the song “I See You” said to Billboard in 2015 that it was a privilege for him and his wife to take care of their niece and nephew since they believed it to be the morally correct thing to do.