A big weekend for Morgan Wallen ends with an arrest

Looks like Morgan Wallen let the wine do the talking last night. According to advertisement boardThe country singer was arrested and charged with three felony counts of reckless endangerment Sunday night in Nashville after allegedly throwing a chair into a chair on a busy street.

Wallen's attorney confirmed the arrest in a statement, saying, “On Sunday evening at 10:53pm, Morgan Wallen was arrested in downtown Nashville for reckless endangerment and disorderly conduct. He is giving full cooperation to the authorities. According to witness testimony, two police officers were reportedly standing in front of Eric Church's head bar when the chair fell three feet away from them. Wallen was booked into the Metro Jail after midnight and released hours later.

It's the opening weekend of the premiere, so Wallen certainly found a way to name the new Nashville watering hole. Since no one seems to get hurt, the singer owes someone the perfect catchphrase: “A roof so good it makes you want to throw a chair off” (their marketers can practice that. )

May feel some random goodwill toward another person Billboard Hot 100 topper Today Taylor Swift, Wallen defended at his sold-out show Friday night in Indianapolis. “They told me before we got on stage that this was the most attended concert in the history of this building and that we were the first people to do it two nights in a row,” Wallen shared with his fans. “I'm going to say that until Taylor Swift comes to town in the fall,” before quipping onstage at Lucas Oil Stadium. (Swift is scheduled to perform three sold-out shows at the venue in November.)

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After his fans cheered the sentiment, Wallen responded, “We're not booing, we're not cheering.” Some Swifties seemed to appreciate how Wallen handled the situation, but not that Wallen was the one who did it. “He ate that one little thing, but he's still a racist” wrote a Swift supporter on Twitter/X. “[I] Glad to see someone defend Taylor, then I remembered who the guy was. wrote another. In 2021, Wallen was there He was caught on video casually using the N-word, which led to a temporary ban of his music on country radio channels. Two years later, the country star Addressed the incident Saying “never… an excuse” to use that word.

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