Morgan Wallen will no longer be eligible for awards consideration by the Academy of Country Music as a consequence of his use of a racial slur.

The Academy tweeted an announcement Wednesday during which it made clear that the nation music singer, 27, will even have no involvement within the awards ceremony slated for April 18.

The ACM assertion made clear that ‘The Academy doesn’t condone or help intolerance or habits that doesn’t align with our dedication and dedication to variety and inclusion.’

Morgan Wallen will no longer be eligible for awards consideration by the Academy of Country Music as a consequence of his use of a racial slur. He’s pictured on the ACM Awards in 2018

In a statement Wednesday, the Academy made it clear Wallen wil ll ave no involvement in the awards show slated for April and said it 'does not condone or support intolerance'

In an announcement Wednesday, the Academy made it clear Wallen wil ll ave no involvement within the awards present slated for April and stated it ‘doesn’t condone or help intolerance’

The group added that it could now ‘expedite’ providing variety coaching for ACM members and would evaluation its awards eligibility and submission course of to guarantee nominees ‘mirror the Academy’s integrity.’

The transfer follows a wave of response to video of the singer yelling profanities and the N-word outdoors a house in Nashville, Tennessee, that was revealed on-line by TMZ on Tuesday night time.

Wallen’s contract with Nashville-based label Big Loud Records has been ‘suspended indefinitely’.

Republic Records, which he’s co-signed to, stated it agreed with Big Loud’s resolution and stated ‘such habits is not going to be tolerated.’

It's the latest in the wave of reaction to video of the singer yelling profanities and the N-word outside a home in Nashville, Tennessee, that was published online by TMZ on Tuesday night

It’s the most recent within the wave of response to video of the singer yelling profanities and the N-word outdoors a house in Nashville, Tennessee, that was revealed on-line by TMZ on Tuesday night time

Wallen's contract with Nashville-based label Big Loud Records has been 'suspended indefinitely' and his music removed from major radio chains and cable network CMT

Wallen’s contract with Nashville-based label Big Loud Records has been ‘suspended indefinitely’ and his music faraway from main radio chains and cable community CMT

His music has additionally been faraway from radio chains Cumulus Media, iHeartRadio and Entercom, as effectively as from the cable community CMT, the satellite tv for pc service SiriusXM and music streaming service Pandora.    

As of Wednesday morning, streaming apps like Spotify and Apple Music do not have his songs of their hottest nation music playlists, the place usually Wallen had a number of songs from his new album. 

After the video surfaced, Wallen issued an announcement during which he apologized and promised ‘to do higher’. 

‘I used an unacceptable and inappropriate racial slur that I want I may take again,’ the assertion stated. ‘There are no excuses to use this sort of language, ever. I need to sincerely apologize for utilizing the phrase.’

The controversy is playing out as Wallen's Dangerous: The Double Album tops the Billboard 200 charts for the third week in a row

The controversy is taking part in out as Wallen’s Dangerous: The Double Album tops the Billboard 200 charts for the third week in a row 

Wallen’s Dangerous: The Double Album is at present high of the billboard 200 chart for the third week in a row.

He additionally has 5 tracks within the Rolling Stone songs chart. 

His songs 7 Summers and Wasted On You have each charted within the high 10 within the pop charts.

However, as his profile has risen, so have controversies surrounding his habits.

In May 2020, Wallen was arrested for public intoxication and disorderly conduct after getting kicked out of a downtown Nashville bar.

And in October, Saturday Night Live dropped him from a scheduled efficiency for violating COVID-19 protocols after movies appeared on social media exhibiting him partying with followers in Alabama. 

He was later invited again on the present in December, the place he appeared in a skit making enjoyable of himself.

Wallen is - or was - the fastest rising star in country music but has also made headlines for the wrong reasons. In May 2020 he was arrested for public intoxication and disorderly conduct after getting kicked out of a downtown Nashville bar. And in October, Saturday Night Live dropped him from a scheduled performance for violating COVID-19 protocols

Wallen is – or was – the quickest rising star in nation music however has additionally made headlines for the incorrect causes. In May 2020 he was arrested for public intoxication and disorderly conduct after getting kicked out of a downtown Nashville bar. And in October, Saturday Night Live dropped him from a scheduled efficiency for violating COVID-19 protocols

Among the nation music stars to communicate out is Maren Morris who dismissed the concept Wallen’s newest habits was only a blip.   

‘It truly IS consultant of our city as a result of this isn’t his first ‘scuffle’ and he simply demolished an enormous streaming document final month regardless,’ Morris tweeted.

‘We all realize it wasn’t his first time utilizing that phrase. We hold them wealthy and guarded in any respect prices with no recourse.’

Black nation music singer Mickey Guyton tweeted: ‘This isn’t his first time utilizing that ‘unacceptable’ racial slur and all of us identified that. So what precisely are y’all going to do about it. Crickets gained’t work this time.’

Among the country music stars to speak out is Maren Morris who dismissed the idea that Wallen's latest behavior was just a blip. 'We all know it wasn¿t his first time using that word,' she tweeted

Among the nation music stars to communicate out is Maren Morris who dismissed the concept Wallen’s newest habits was only a blip. ‘We all realize it wasn’t his first time utilizing that phrase,’ she tweeted

Black country music singer Mickey Guyton tweeted: ' So what exactly are y¿all going to do about it. Crickets won¿t work this time'

Black nation music singer Mickey Guyton tweeted: ‘ So what precisely are y’all going to do about it. Crickets gained’t work this time’