Morgan Wallen Fans Say "Enough Is Enough" With 7 Nashville Billboards
On Monday, June 7, seven fan-funded Morgan Wallen billboards have appeared in Nashville, ahead of the 2021 CMT Music Awards.
The billboard design reads, “the fans are speaking, ENOUGH is ENOUGH” situated next a mullet silhouette and Wallen’s signature word “GAHT.”
Also featured on the billboard is a reference to “Mark 11:25,” a bible verse about forgiveness. The text beneath the first statement shares a message for the music industry: “music industry, we want to be heard!”
The billboards will run through Sunday, June 13th....
The latest billboards mark the third set of billboards funded by Wallen’s fans.
In May, they joined together to purchase one billboard in Los Angeles boycotting the Billboard Music Awards, and in early April, they funded six billboards in Nashville during the week of the ACM Awards, who deemed Wallen ineligible.
Earlier this year, Morgan Wallen released his new double-album "Dangerous"... and it Topped the Charts for a 10 Consecutive Weeks.
Morgan has stayed relatively low-key over the last year, with only a few brief public appearances...
Morgan shared a video of him and his son Indigo Wilder sharing a father-son moment as Indigo experienced his first trip to Bass Pro Shops and it’s a pretty big deal for Wallen, so much that he knew he had to document it within a video.
On Tuesday, June 1, the country superstar shared an Instagram story to document the father-son moment.
“Say hey, it’s my first trip to Bass Pro,” Wallen said in the clip, while holding his son Indigo. “Tell em.”
See it below...