A former fan of the country star, Stark first heard the song about two weeks ago and then saw the music video.
The more she thought about the words and images, the angrier she became, Stark told NBC News on Monday.
"I get online all the time and I share my, like, opinions online all the time.
"And that first video that I made, I posted it at like ... 11:30 p.m. ...
Last week Country Music Television, which initially aired the video, pulled it from rotation.
In a TikTok video that's gotten at least 1.5 million views, Stark found that two of the clips in the video came from stock footage.
Stark said she has tagged Aldean on social media, asking him to denounce the hate mail and discourage defenders from engaging in violent, racist rhetoric. »