Earlier last week, TobyMac and his family experienced the tragic loss of his son, Truett McKeehan. Truett, also known as an upcoming artist in the rap community was only 21-years old.
“Here’s what I think would be amazing, Toby and them were starting a Canadian tour and they had just kicked it off and he had to go home. You have to order a lot of Tee Shirts to go on tour in Canada, so there is a lot of front end. So here’s what we can do, we can go buy all of TobyMac’s merch that is available on the internet and say, ‘Don’t worry about it, you and your family deal with what you’ve got back home and don’t think about that'”
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Tonight in Louisville, Kentucky, Crowder urged his fans to not buy his merchandise. He asked them to instead, go home and buy Tobymac merchandise. A beautiful display of support for Toby and his family, that they are behind them.
Supporting TobyMac and the family
Crowder shared this thought and desire to support the family between songs at MercyMe’s “Imagine Nation” tour at the KFC YUM! Center in Downtown Louisville. The statement was followed by Crowder’s hit song, “All My Hope”.
To support Toby and his family, follow this link and pick up a few merch items.