Country music singer Morgan Wallen made it clear he wouldn’t tolerate unruly fans at his shows after he kicked a person out of a recent concert for fighting.
It all happened Saturday night during the 29-year-old star’s show in Wheatland, California. Video shows the performer stop singing in the middle of his concert to deal with a scuffle near the front of the stage, WhiskeyRiff.com reported.
“Hey, stop the music,” the country star said. “What kinda s***’s going on over here? Kick this stupid motherf***er outta here.”
“Alright, does anybody else wanna do some stupid s*** or are we all good?” he added, reportedly picking up the song where he had left off and resuming the show.
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One of the people involved in the scuffle was kicked out by security, the outlet noted. It is unclear what started the altercation, but after the person left, the concert reportedly went on without any more problems.
The country star continues to break records after it seemed his career was quite possibly over when he was caught on video using the N-word after a drunken night in January 2021. The music industry immediately slammed him and said it was removing his music from numerous platforms, as The Daily Wire previously reported.
The singer apologized and said he was both “embarrassed and sorry.”
“I used an unacceptable and inappropriate racial slur that I wish I could take back,” Wallen shared at the time. “There are no excuses to use this type of language, ever. I want to sincerely apologize for using the word. I promise to do better.”
Despite all this, Wallen’s “Dangerous: The Double Album” recently broke a Billboard record after it remained in the Top 10 of Billboard’s 200 chart for 86 weeks, The New York Times noted.
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