Morgan Wallen is a Billboard Music Awards finalist, but he won’t be a part of show

According to Signboard, the nation star is not invite due to a racial slur debate he was associated with back in February.

“With our content reaching millions of viewers, dcp and MRC have the privilege and responsibility to effect change by creating a more inclusive dialogue in our productions and across the industry,” a declaration from penis clark productions, which produces the Signboard Music Awards, checks out. “Morgan Wallen is a finalist this year based on charting. As his recent conduct does not align with our core values, we will not be including him on the show in any capacity (performing, presenting, accepting).”

Morgan Wallen says he's working on himself after racial slur controversy
Wallen, who last October was rescheduled from appearing on “Saturday Night Live” after breaking Covid-19 procedures, was seen in February with a group outside his Nashville house utilizing racial slurs and obscenities on a video very first published by TMZ.

He said sorry at the time, stating in a declaration, “I’m embarrassed and sorry. I used an unacceptable and inappropriate racial slur that I wish I could take back. 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.”

However the reaction was speedy with his record label, Huge Loud, revealing they had actually suspended his agreement forever and business consisting of iHeartMedia pulling his music from radio stations.

That didn’t stop fans from supporting him and his record sales increased after the debate.
Previously this month Wallen published a four-page, handwritten note to his validated Instagram account stating he’s utilized the time out of the spotlight to work on himself and revealed he will not be playing any shows or celebrations this summer season.

“I’ve found this time away to be very valuable to me in many ways, but I feel like I need a little more of it, and therefore will not be performing tour dates this summer,” he composed. “It means I won’t be playing festivals or the Luke Bryan tour dates. But it’s important to me personally, if you can, still go to these shows — support country music. Country music is back and that’s a beautiful damn thing.”

This year’s Signboard Music Awards will air live May 23 on NBC.

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.