There are so many people that dive deep into things. Those people LOOK for the drama. Fans were speculating that something was wrong between the duo of Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley, the two make up country music duo Florida Georgia Line.

It all started when Tyler Hubbard started quarantining at his home....kind of. He got tested for COVID-19 and as a result, he decided to stay in his tour bus away from his wife and kids to keep everyone safe. Don't worry though, he was right in the driveway.

Due to the fact he had to quarantine, he had to cancel his performance at the CMA Awards tonight. (The CMA Awards have done a great job following protocols and taking major preventive action including having all of the artists and show workers tested every other day leading up to the performances tonight).

Just 'cancelling' the performance for Florida Georgia Line was not good enough for some fans. Those fans needed to LOOK for more drama. They had to dive deeper. That's when fans realized that Tyler Hubbard and his wife unfollowed Brian Kelley on Instagram.

Is there something bigger? Is the there a problem between Tyler and Brian of Florida Georgia Line? Not that we can tell, in fact, they even publicly said that they are good.

Politics, man. This is why we were not allowed to talk about it when we were kids.

Tyler has spoken out against President Trump, 74, in the past, while Hayley, 34, showed support for Vice President-elect Kamala Harris via Instagram on Sunday, November 8. Kelley, for his part, slammed supporters of President-elect Biden, 77, on his Instagram Story, calling their post-election celebrations a “s–t show.” Kelley also shut down a fan who commented that he voted for the former vice president, writing, “Think again bub” with an American flag emoji.Kelley’s wife, Brittney Kelley, fueled the fire by posting a series of cryptic quotes to her Instagram Story on Tuesday, November 10, including one that read, “Real friends don’t always agree with [you] but they do respect your right to have an opinion.” In a video message later that day, she said in part, “A lot of people need to look up the definition of a democracy and bipartisanship and learn that", according to US Magazine.