‘Drop The Posty Song I’ll Forgive You’: Celebrities: Enstarz

Morgan Wallen broke his silence two weeks after he was arrested in Nashville and admitted he wasn’t proud of what he did.

The 30-year-old singer and songwriter took to X, formerly Twitter, and opened up about his recent arrest. He admitted his shortcomings and assured his fans that his tour would go as planned.

“I didn’t feel comfortable coming out publicly until I made amends with a few people. I have been in contact with the Nashville police, my family and the good people at Chief’s. I am not proud of my behavior and I accept it. responsibility,” Wallen wrote.

“I have the utmost respect for the officers who work every day to keep us all safe. There will be no change regarding my tour. –MW,” he added in a separate tweet.

Several fans were happy to hear from him, with many expressing their support and even encouraging him to move on. However, some jokingly said that they would only forgive the artist if he could release his self-titled song on Post Malone, which they have been waiting for for weeks.

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Morgan Wallen attends the 57th Annual CMA Awards at Bridgestone Arena on November 8, 2023 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo: Jason Kempin/Getty Images)

“All can be forgiven, only if you drop the song you created

@PostMalone,” someone commented.

Another added: “If you drop Posty’s song I will forgive you.”

“Leave the number at the post and we’ll call it right away,” a third person said thought with shaking hands emoji.

Malone shared a snippet of the as-yet-untitled song on Instagram in March and tagged Wallen. Fans loved the music and have been waiting for its release ever since. It was visibly a hit, as the unofficial lyric video that BangersOnly uploaded to YouTube has already racked up 2.3 million views at the time of writing.

“It takes two to break a heart in two / Oh-Oh baby, you blame the baby and me, I blame you / Aw, if that ain’t the truth, I had some help “, read part of the text.

“Ain’t like I can make this shit all by myself / Don’t act like you didn’t help me get that bottle off the shelf / I been deep in it every weekend if you didn’t know then they say, ” Teamwork makes the dream work’ / Hell, I had some help.”

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Post Malone performs on the main stage on Day 1 of Wireless Festival 2018 at Finsbury Park on July 6, 2018 in London, England.
(Photo: Tabatha Fireman/Getty Images)

Meanwhile, many fans also expressed their undying support for the singer. Several people praised Wallen’s recent move, saying they would remain his fans because they love his music.

“It takes a strong person to recognize a mistake, so keep your head up and keep making GREAT music. Also, make sure to always thank the police officers for their service; they go through a lot” , someone wrote.

“Relax brother!! Just learn from it! Everyone makes mistakes. Keep doing what you’re doing. Blessings,” another commented.

A third person opined. “we’re still your fans, Morgan!!”

The ‘Wasted on You’ singer was arrested on April 7 for throwing a chair from a bar onto the roof. He was charged with three counts of reckless endangerment and disorderly conduct. He was released the next day after posting $15,250 bail.

American rapper Post Malone performs on stage during his “Runaway” Tour at the Frank Erwin Center on March 10, 2020 in Austin, Texas.
(Photo: SUZANNE CORDEIRO / AFP) (Photo by SUZANNE CORDEIRO/AFP via Getty Images)

An unnamed source claimed that he was upset when he learned that his baby mama, KT Smith, had eloped with Luke Scornavacco with their three-year-old son Indigo on April 3, just five days after they announced their engagement. Her marriage reportedly “crushed” the musician.

However, Smith denied allegations that Wallen’s act had anything to do with her. She also hoped it was just a “mistake” and that Morgan would “get back on track.”

“While it seems like it may be related due to the timeline,” she told The Daily Beast, “I have no evidence that the incident had anything to do with the recent wedding announcement.”