Morgan Wallen Pulled Out From SNL!
Morgan Wallen Is Not Making SNL Debut Due To Covid Protocal: After all, Morgan Wallen won’t be making his Saturday Night Live debut.
This Saturday, the rising country star, 27, was expected to be the musical guest along with host Bill Burr. NBC rescinded its invitation in the middle of the pandemic. After Tik Tok videos surfaced of Wallen partying . He was without a mask and kissing several women at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa over the weekend.
Morgan Wallen is speaking out and apologizing to his fans. On Wednesday, the rising country crooner took to Instagram to discuss his controversial decision to flout COVID-19 safety protocols at a weekend party. It lead to the cancellation of his upcoming Saturday Night Live show.
“I got a call from the show to let me know I’d no longer be able to play,” Wallen shared in an emotional video she shared from his hotel room in New York City. “[It’s] due to COVID protocols, which I understand.”
Morgan Apologizes and Says He Respects The Decision Of The Show
The singer Morgan said he appreciated the decision of the show because,” I know I put them at risk, and I take responsibility of it.
Though TikTok helped speed up the rise to fame of the “7 Summers” singer . It was videos posted to the video-sharing site that contributed to his invitation being nixed. The videos showed him drinking in a crowded bar, kissing numerous women, riding in the back of somebody’s car, taking snapshots with fans and playing a guitar at a jam-packed indoor party to see the Alabama-Texas A&M football game. Wallen was wearing a neck gaiter, but his mouth was not hidden.
“Obviously, I take my responsibility for people’s health and lives very seriously,” Michaels said. “But we did a show with anthrax in the building. We did a show after 9/11. That’s what we’ve always done.”
He apologized to his fans for such behavior.
“I’m gonna take a step back from the the spotlight for a little while and work on myself,” he continued. “I wish I could’ve made country music and my fans proud this Saturday, but I respect the decision.”