Morgan Wallen made an unsurprising appearance on Saturday night in Nashville, jumping on stage with Lil Durk …and the audience loved it.
Durk and Wallen performed their song, “Broadway Girls,” and it was all part of the Martin Luther King Freedom Fest…a concert celebrating MLK Day.
Ahead of Wallen’s exit, Durk told fans at Bridgestone Arena that his singer pal was “genuine at heart.” He continued… “Nobody can undo bullshit without me saying it, you know what I’m saying?”
With that intro, Wallen came out, asked the crowd what was going on, and they started singing.
The festival program includes Moneybagg Yo, stem wave, and Latte.
Wallen appeared in Nashville last weekend at the Grand Ole Opry and sang “Flower Shops” with Ernest. Some artists, including Jason Isbel, Rissi Palmer and Joy Oladokun, have been criticized, this after the broadcast of a video of Wallen using the n-word one year ago.
Durk has been solidly in Wallen’s corner, telling us earlier this month that he wants other rappers, including Kendrick Lamar, to work with Wallen. He said he had a long chat with Wallen while they were working on ‘Broadway Girls’ and says he has no doubts Wallen is not racist.