Morgan Wallen smashes media and cancels culture with shocking musical win

Morgan Wallen said a word that is no longer allowed in society (unless your name is Hunter Biden, everything will be forgiven).

Therefore, the country sensation suffered a humiliating blow to his music career. Several, in fact.

  • His record tag stuck him
  • iHeartMedia grabbed his songs from the mega platform
  • Cumulus Media has done the same, as have Pandora and SiriusXM
  • CMT canceled his music
  • The Country Music Awards deprived him of its annual show

Wallen immediately apologized for using the “n-word” in a private conversation that was captured on video and shared for all to see and hear.

His apology tour didn’t stop there.

Donate $500,000 to various black causes. He admitted himself to a rehab facility and shut down his upcoming concert tour. However, it was not enough to abolish culture or the media that feeds it.

Correspondents pointed out the necessity of continuing his sentence, without an apparent end in sight. What is the use of abolishing culture, they said, if goals are not permanently abolished?

Wallen finally emerged from a self-imposed hiatus at the end of 2021. And we’re just learning, his record sales boomed during his turbulent year. Crush 2021 with the best-selling album of the year, “Dangerous: The Double Album.”

The release beat out stiff competition from Adele, Drake, and Olivia Rodrigo.

That’s not all.

Far-Left Variety reports that Wallen is now at the top of the hip-hop charts thanks to the song “Broadway Girls.”

The track, which Wallen collaborates with rapper Lil Durk, took about a week to climb up Billboard’s R&B/hip-hop charts. And Wallen’s hip-hop connections didn’t end.

He just appeared with Druski, a black comedian, on the talk show Clubhouse. The conversation avoided the “n-word” incident and focused on music, future hip-hop collaborations, and short talks.

The black community must be most pissed off at Wallen’s use of the “n-word” to make the obvious. His latest song hit the R&B/Hip-Hop charts, which routinely features artists of color and boasts a diverse fan base, speaks volumes about how Wallen has been treated over the past year.

The star did not harm anyone, mislead the audience, or utter such a terrible word against a black person. The punishment was not appropriate for the crime, and many Americans of all races and creeds felt he had suffered enough.

They’ve shown it by continuing to buy his albums and pay homage to his cross-country efforts. It’s similar to seeing disgraced comedian Louis CK get an enthusiastic reception during his latest special. Yes, what the comedian did was despicable and disgusting. At what point, though, could he live his life again?

Wallen’s year-end return to cancel culture, and the reporters who loved it, gave her a big black eye.

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