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Bye Bye to Bobby Bones: Country radio host may be quitting

Bobby Bones thinking of leaving his famous show
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Country music radio host Bobby Bones may be quitting his job. If he does, the whole “Keeping It Real” crew would be shutting down as well. After all, without Bobby Bones, there is no Bobby Bones show.

On January 30, Bobby Bones took to Twitter to make the announcement that he is mulling over a job offer that would take him away from his famous morning show. The bottom line of it all is that he has until Monday at 3:00 p.m. to give his agent a final answer as to whether he’s shutting down The Bobby Bones Show.

Apparently, Bobby Bones has received an offer to do something he’s always wanted to do, something so good that he would consider shutting down a nationally syndicated show with millions of listeners. In his tweet, Bobby Bones swears this isn’t a publicity stunt, but an honest to goodness decision he has to mull over throughout the weekend.

Apparently, after the original tweet went out, comments came rushing in. It seems that some listeners, even if not upset with him for being human and considering another job, were upset that his crew, by association, would be left without jobs.

To that concern, Bobby Bones tweeted:

for those asking, Ill be taking all my friends with me! the whole crew will have new jobs. relax. my show mates are my BFFs. all good

So, he is a stand up guy after all. Even so, millions of listeners are going to have a void in their lives without Bobby Bones, Amy, Lunchbox and the rest of the gang.

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