“Morgan Wallen was struck in the face by a thong during his concert, prompting him to toss the underwear back into the audience.”

Published by Cel Manero from Global One Media, Inc.

“Wallen is currently on a tour across cities in North America, promoting his latest studio album titled ‘One Thing at a Time.'”

“At a recent concert in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Morgan Wallen’s enthusiastic fans showed their daring side. During his performance on Friday, June 21, the country singer was unexpectedly hit in the face with a fan’s thrown thong. In a video captured by Whiskey Riff on X, the 31-year-old star was singing his hit song ‘I Had Some Help’ alongside Post Malone when the incident occurred. Wallen, visibly amused, caught the thong after it hit his hat, then playfully tossed it back into the crowd from another part of the stage.”

“In April, Morgan Wallen launched the 2024 leg of his One Night at a Time World Tour in Indianapolis, Indiana. The tour, named after his successful third studio album, will span cities across North America and conclude on August 9 in Las Vegas.

The tour extension into 2024 followed postponements due to vocal fold trauma, as described by the National Institute of Health as ‘excessive and improper use of the voice.’ After a month-long recovery period, Wallen received medical clearance to resume his performances.”

“Soon after beginning his tour, Morgan Wallen was arrested on April 7 on felony charges for allegedly throwing a chair from a rooftop bar. In a statement released on X shortly after the incident, Wallen expressed accountability for his actions. The next court hearing in the case is set for August 15.”

Following his arrest, Nashville Metro Council members rejected a request to erect a sign for Morgan Wallen’s new bar, This Bar and Tennessee Kitchen. Councilwoman At Large Delishia Porterfield cited Wallen’s previous conduct as a factor in her decision, stating, “We aim to ensure Nashville remains a welcoming place for all. I’m opposed to seeing a billboard featuring the name of an individual involved in balcony incidents and making derogatory racial remarks, including the use of the n-word, so I’m voting against it.”