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Dierks Bentley accidentally tweets email address

Dierks Bentley accidentally tweets email address

YOU'VE GOT MAIL: The singer's email address appeared in a post on Twitter.com and Instagram.com and he subsequently removed the message after realizing his mistake. Photo: Associated Press

Country star Dierks Bentley has been inundated with messages from fans after he accidentally published his personal email address online.

The singer’s email address appeared in a post on Twitter.com and Instagram.com and he subsequently removed the message after realizing his mistake.

However, it didn’t stop fans from flooding his inbox, and Bentley later shared a screengrab picture of his email account brimming with messages, adding, “Oops….”

Bentley later added, “Phone is gonna need some more GBs (gigabytes). Yikes!… OMG (oh my God)… y’all are killing me!… Can’t help but love the emails/stories.”

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