An irate Morgan Wallen fan reportedly sent the country star a bill for almost $4,000 in expenses after he canceled his show at Vaught Hemingway Stadium in Mississippi on Sunday.
Mandi Walker Nowlin, who attended the concert with her husband, posted a Facebook status demanding that Wallen pay for everything from their outfits to gas. “Since you’re offering refunds … here is our itemized bill for you,” wrote Nowlin.
The breakdown included the couple’s $560 hotel bill, Nowlin’s $120 outfit, dinner at Mississippi’s Oxford Grillehouse for $235, and several other high-priced items, totaling $3,982. Nowlin even included her Cash App and sarcastically commented that she would “expect my payment tomorrow. Thanks bro.”
Wallen canceled his performance at the last minute, claiming that he had lost his voice.
He apologized to his fans and offered refunds for the tickets. However, many of his followers were unhappy with the cancellation, with one person even going as far as to sue the country singer for her wasted time. Brandi Burcham filed her lawsuit Monday, claiming that she had yet to receive her refund. “Even if ticket prices are refunded, no offer has been made to reimburse concertgoers for other out-of-pocket expenses they incurred in connection with the concert cancellation, including transportation, lodging, food, merchandise sales, transaction fees, and other such expenses,” added Burcham in court documents.
Wallen has faced controversy before. In 2021, he was banned from the Country Music Awards after he was exposed by TMZ for using a racial slur. He later apologized for his actions…