Lil Durk Brings Out Morgan Wallen for ‘Broadway Girls’ at MLK Freedom Fest

“Can’t nobody cancel s— without me saying it, you know what I’m saying?” the rapper told the crowd.

Country, Hip-Hop

1/17/2022 9:42:00 PM

Morgan Wallen joined Lil Durk for a performance of their collab 'Broadway Girls' at Nashville's MLK Freedom Fest.

“Can’t nobody cancel s— without me saying it, you know what I’m saying?” the rapper told the crowd.

Songs chart with the Wallen collab “Broadway Girls.”Dressed in a denim vest with dark pants, Wallen addressed the crowd before jumping into the track with Durk. “What’s up, Nashville?” he said.Watch a snippet of the country star’s surprise appearancehere

.MLK Freedom Fest, which arrived ahead of the Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday on Monday (Jan. 17), also featured performances by Moneybagg Yo, Rod Wave, Latto and others.Durkaddressed in early Januarywhether he considers Wallen a racist following the N-word controversy. “Nah, he ain’t no racist, that’s my boy,” Durk told TMZ, noting that he and the country star had had a “long talk” behind closed doors and he had no qualms about collaborating with the singer who he insisted “was not canceled. He ain’t canceled, I talked to him. When I say you ain’t canceled, you ain’t canceled.”

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Why is Lil Durk performing at a MLK festival in the first place lol? Did the bookers not know the content of his music Or did they not know what Dr. Martin Luther King represented? 😂😂😂 Give this man a chance to redeem himself for Christ's sake instead of playing God against him. Otherwise, we are not going to make ourselves any better.

Why? lildurk this is embarrassing. Parody is dead. That is big time insulting. And Nashville knows exactly what it was doing. Cool points gone lildurk God, what a gross PR stunt. Does it get anymore pathetic?

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Hip-Hop Songs chart with the Wallen collab “Broadway Girls.” Dressed in a denim vest with dark pants, Wallen addressed the crowd before jumping into the track with Durk. “What’s up, Nashville?” he said. Watch a snippet of the country star’s surprise appearance here . MLK Freedom Fest, which arrived ahead of the Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday on Monday (Jan. 17), also featured performances by Moneybagg Yo, Rod Wave, Latto and others. Durk addressed in early January whether he considers Wallen a racist following the N-word controversy. “Nah, he ain’t no racist, that’s my boy,” Durk told TMZ, noting that he and the country star had had a “long talk” behind closed doors and he had no qualms about collaborating with the singer who he insisted “was not canceled. He ain’t canceled, I talked to him. When I say you ain’t canceled, you ain’t canceled.” The success of “Girls” came as Wallen’s bookings and radio play began to tick up in late 2021, just 10 months after his N-word incident was caught on tape, a situation Wallen