Lil Durk has not let go of its support for the recent collaborator and controversial country star Morgan Wallen. The Chicago-based rapper brought out the “Broadway Girls” co-star during his performance at the annual MLK Freedom Fest held at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena this weekend. The guest appearance apparently only made further angry fans on social media.
“Look, you know me, I’m always on something else sh-t,” the “3 Headed Goat” rapper, who was one of many acts starring in the show, told the audience. “I want my mother-in-law brother out here – a real one. Real with that heart. Can no one cancel sh-t without me saying it?”
Many people on social media were not happy with Durk’s continued support, including a Twitter call calling the whole incident “hugely insulting.” They added, “And Nashville knows exactly what it did.”
“Cool points gone @lildurk,” wrote another person.
A third person wrote: “@lildurk, do not send a single MLK quote and you are constantly running with @MorganWallen, a Negro that Harriet would shoot and his ass looks great.”
But there were some people who supported both artists. KUDO’S to Durkio’s management team !! Whoever THEY really are takes HIM to the next level! Excellent guidance, exposure and management !!! [prayer hands emoji] Great KUDO’S to @lildurk for being open to change and taking responsibility for HIS career !!! NEVER look or go back! BYE HATE !!!
Durk recently gave the Nashville star a co-sign, declaring him “not canceled” during an interview with TMZ. “He’s not a racist. That’s my boy. We had a long talk. He had his public situation. ‘I vouch for him and he’s good,” Durk told reporters. He added: “He is not canceled. , I talked to him. When I say you’re not canceled, you are not canceled. “People online blew him up almost immediately for his comments.
As previously reported, Wallen suffered setbacks last year after leaked footage capturing him using racist language. The “Sand in My Boots” singer was caught on video taken by neighbors who stumbled home after what appeared to be a night on the town with friends.
After Wallen’s group arrived at his driveway around midnight, the singer could be heard loudly telling someone in his group to “take care of this p-y-ass n —- r” about another member of the entourage.
He eventually apologized for his remarks and met with several black-led organizations to talk about the incident. The artist allegedly promised to donate $ 500,000 to the causes, but whether the deal was implemented is unclear.
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