Miranda Lambert Fans in Awe of Singer's Alleged Salad Incident

Miranda Lambert made headlines on Wednesday after it was reported that she got into an altercation at a restaurant over the weekend that ended with her dumping a salad onto a woman's lap, a story her fans were clearly pleased to hear.

After the news was reported, many of them used Twitter to share their thoughts on the situation, with several people applauding Lambert's actions.

"Miranda Lambert dumping her salad on a woman is a mood," one person tweeted.

"Honestly I would pay miranda lambert to dump a salad on me," wrote another.

A third fan offered a twist on the lyrics to Lambert's hit song "Kerosene."

Someone else shared their version of Lambert's 10-Year Challenge.

One tweet read, "My new professional goal is to earn enough that I would consider dumping a $20 Stoney River salad on someone's head."

Country singer Mickey Guyton called Lambert her "hero."

Someone else turned the incident into a Valentine's Day poem.

TMZ initially reported that Lambert, her mom and a family friend were dining at Stoney River Steakhouse in Nashville on Sunday when the woman's husband reportedly got into a verbal altercation with Lambert's friend. The fight reportedly began in the men's restroom over a comment about millennials and their phones.

The man reportedly then went up to Lambert's table and "started screaming," at which point the singer "had to be held back," according to witnesses. Lambert allegedly then "started mouthing off" before walking over to the man's wife, getting "feisty" with her and dumping the salad.


Law enforcement responded to a call about two men fighting, though when police arrived, Lambert and her party had left. No report was filed and the singer has not publicly commented on the incident.

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