Eric Church was dissatisfied with Morgan Wallen when he was caught in another scandal.
In the past few months, this famous country has repeatedly caused public dissatisfaction for many reasons, including parties without masks, but it was nothing more than when he was caught using the n-word in the video.
This torture caused Wallen’s relationship with a talent agent to be interrupted. His music was removed from some radio stations and was deemed not eligible for the upcoming Country Music Academy Awards.
Now, Church, 43, reacted to the use of racial slurs by the “7 Summers” singer in an interview with Billboard.
He said: “That is indisputable. When it happened, I was heartbroken.” “I think Morgan is working hard for this.”
The musician added: “I hope he can do it.”
In addition, according to media reports, after the video was leaked, Church sent a note to Warren telling him that he was praying for him and encouraging him to continue to “stay there.”
Wallen once regarded Church as the influence of his voice.
VINCE GILL talked about the MORGAN WALLEN controversy, saying that the country is not just talking about “conservative” and “white”
The church is not the only country music icon who opposes the use of slander. Vince Gill recently appeared on “CBS This Morning” and condemned the action.
He said: “It’s really sad and disappointing because I know everyone will slaughter country music.” “White Americans, when they made the argument that’I have been hearing it in rap music'”
The country singer, and sometimes even a member of the iconic rock band, the Eagles wants to know: “Did you not pay attention to the way the white community has used this term in the last 300 or 400 years? This is derogatory, understatement and hurtful. Yes. It has no place.”
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Despite all the effects-and the expected two years of career setbacks-Warren has been popular with music since the scandal began, and his latest album “Danger” has topped the Billboard 200 charts for 10 consecutive weeks.
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Since then, Morgan posted a lengthy video of apology online.