The Nashville Chapter of the NAACP has invited Morgan Wallen, to join them for a conversation about inequality. No word if he’s accepted the offer.
Here’s a chance for Morgan Wallen to live up to his “sincere” apology – and “promise to do better” after he got caught using the N-word.
The Nashville chapter of the NAACP has invited him to “have a conversation about inequality” . . . and about why the word is hurtful.
A spokesperson told WKRN-TV, quote, “With his celebrity, with his notoriety within the community, he can bring other people to the table that can help to further this conversation.” No word if Morgan has accepted the invite. See more on this story, here: (People)
Meanwhile, as of yesterday, Morgan’s music was still streaming on iTunes . . . and dominating. At one point he occupied Five of the Top 10 spots on the Songs Chart, and the Top Three positions on their Album Chart. For more: (Pop Culture)
This is related: Luke Combs and Maren Morris will discuss “country music’s problematic past” during a Q&A session at the Country Radio Seminar, which is going down February 16th through the 19th.