These days, LeAnn Rimes is best known as the woman who mistook Eddie Cibrian for husband material, but there was a time not that long ago when she was a famous country singer.
LeAnn still tours, but these days, she's playing for much smaller crowds at clubs and county fairs across America.
Over the weekend, the songstress-turned-social-media-star sang at Billy Bob's Texas in Fort Worth, a venue that's often referred to as "the world's largest honky tonk."
Apparently it was a little too large for LeAnn, who reportedly only about 1,200 of an available 6,500 tickets for her Saturday night concert.
Worse, songwriter and radio DJ Billie Mack - who penned LeAnn's 1996 hit single "Blue" - was in attendance, and his scathing takedown of LeAnn's haughty behavior went viral this morning:
"So funny @leannrimes had the lowest attendance @BillyBobsTexas and still acts like a Diva. What a shame," Mack tweeted. "Go back to LA.#Sellout #Hasbeen"
Mack went into greater detail on Facebook, where he posted the following account of his interaction with Rimes:
"My dad and I go to Billy Bob’s Texas (Which is a whole other story) to see a LeAnn Rimes and wish her the best (which by the way the lowest attendance I’ve seen there in a long time) No need to wonder why she is a has been in this industry.
"Her lack of humility, to her fans, my dad, Curb Records, or anyone else who has ever been in her corner in the early part of her career is hard, but a lil cute to watch.
"Sometimes it’s best to stay in LA. Don’t crawl back to Texas with a Kardashian attitude, expecting a Texas size applause. I wish her the best, but you can’t fool the fans. I speak only for me, and nobody else on this matter."
Needless to say, Mack is not a fan.
Of course, as we said, LeAnn is better known for her personal life and her social media presence than for her music these days.
Her 100,000 followers likely won't be surprised by Mack's revelations about Rimes, as her constant bikini selfies and customized stepmom jewelry don't exactly suggest a woman who would fit right it in at a Fort Worth honky tonk.