Nation Singer Morgan Wallen, Banned From Billboard Awards, Nonetheless Wins 3 Of Them

For a man who was persona non grata at Sunday’s Billboard Music Awards, Morgan Wallen certain received massive.

The nation singer, banned from showing on the ceremony after he was caught yelling a racist slur in a video obtained by TMZ again in February, received High Nation Artist, High Nation Male Artist and High Nation Album for “Harmful: The Double Album.” He was nominated for six awards.

The present’s producers emphasised of their assertion asserting Wallen’s awards (with an asterisk) earlier than the printed that “finalists are decided by efficiency on the Billboard Charts, and will not be chosen by a voting committee or membership group.”

Wallen beforehand apologized for the slur. Whereas he didn’t get to rejoice his victories earlier than a nationwide viewers (and didn’t seem to touch upon Twitter or Instagram as of early Monday), the awards present organizers wished him effectively.



Morgan Wallen received three awards in absentia and the Billboard Music Awards wished him effectively in what it known as his “anti-racist” journey.

“It’s heartening and inspiring to listen to that Morgan is taking steps in his anti-racist journey and beginning to do some significant work. We plan to guage his progress and can contemplate his participation in future exhibits,” producers stated within the launch, much like an announcement given to E! again in April.

Wallen practically price himself one other particular occasion ― a musical visitor look on “Saturday Evening Stay” ― when video emerged of him unmasked and kissing ladies in October in violation of COVID-19 protocols. The present canceled his look, however had him again in December.

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