Morgan Wallen‘s apology for dropping the n-word after what he calls a 3-day bender has not moved radio stations to play his music once more.
Sources at Entercom — which owns 235 radio stations, 20 of that are nation music stations — inform TMZ … the corporate has no plans to reinstate Wallen’s music to their playlists.
Likewise, a rep for Emmis Communications tells us its country-programmed station in Indianapolis — Hank FM — is likeminded … it is a Wallen-free zone in the meanwhile.
We reached out to different main media firms within the radio trade with the identical query however acquired a no remark.
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As we reported … Wallen posted a lengthy apology Wednesday for casually dropping a racial slur that was captured on video. He stated he is met with Black organizations to study the error of his methods, and wished to gather his ideas earlier than providing up the mea culpa.
Morgan says he is been sober for greater than per week and vows to turn out to be a greater particular person.
He says he accepts all of the backlash he is gotten … which incorporates radio stations pulling his music, his report label suspending his contract, and getting disqualified from awards exhibits.
Whereas it appears like his street to redemption is a piece in progress, it appears he’ll must dwell with radio silence … at the very least for some time. That stated, his report gross sales have been surging for the reason that story broke.