Woman claims Morgan Wallen owes her $3,982 after he abruptly canceled show

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By Asiya Ali

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An outraged woman has demanded that Morgan Wallen reimburse her after he suddenly canceled his Mississippi show at the Vaught Hemingway Stadium.

On Sunday (April 23) night, the 29-year-old musician showed a message on a video board that stated that he had "unfortunately lost his voice" and was "unable to perform".

The statement was abruptly shared minutes before Wallen was due on stage and noted that fans would be able to get their tickets refunded at the "point of purchase".

However, some of the 'Thought You Should Know' singer's fans were not satisfied with the ticket refund after spending thousands of dollars on other expenses around the concert.

One woman named Mandi Walker Nowlin took to her Facebook page to share a complete itemized list of everything she wants to be refunded by the songwriter.

Nowlin's list displays a $560 hotel bill, her outfit which cost $120, her husband’s outfit which was $218, a meal at the Oxford Grillhouse in Mississippi ($235), a cracker barrel bill ($40), and more.

The full bill ran up to a whopping $3,982, with the woman sharing a link to her Cash App - a mobile payment service - under her post and writing: "I’ll expect my payment tomorrow. Thanks bro."

The outraged fan also added: "My husband has gone with me to two concerts. Ever. In the 17 years we’ve been together. Somehow I talked him into this one and this s*** happens."

Meanwhile, one angry supporter named Brandi Burcham even went as far as to sue the country singer for her wasted time. She reportedly filed her lawsuit on April 24, claiming that she had yet to get her refund, as reported by The New York Post.

"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," Burcham added in court documents.

The woman later retracted her complaint, but her legal team has stated that they plan on refiling it as a class action lawsuit with other upset ticket holders.

"The second lawsuit, like the first, will seek compensation on behalf of all those affected, not just one person," Burcham's law firm Langston & Lott explained in a now-deleted post, per WLBT. "Tens of thousands of people collectively spent millions to attend this event, and those affected are entitled to know the truth and to be made whole," they added.

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Credit: Instagram / Morgan Wallen

On Monday, Wallen - who is no stranger to controversy after he was exposed for using a racial slur - issued a statement about the cancellation on his Instagram Story.

"After last night’s show, I started losing my voice so I spent the day resting up, talking to my doctor, and working through my vocal exercises trying to get better," he wrote. "I really thought I’d be able to take the stage and it kills me to not deliver it before showtime, but my voice is shot and I’m unable to sing."

"All tickets will be refunded at the point of purchase. I am so sorry, I promise you guys I tried everything I could," he added.

Featured image credit: AFF / Alamy

Woman claims Morgan Wallen owes her $3,982 after he abruptly canceled show

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By Asiya Ali

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An outraged woman has demanded that Morgan Wallen reimburse her after he suddenly canceled his Mississippi show at the Vaught Hemingway Stadium.

On Sunday (April 23) night, the 29-year-old musician showed a message on a video board that stated that he had "unfortunately lost his voice" and was "unable to perform".

The statement was abruptly shared minutes before Wallen was due on stage and noted that fans would be able to get their tickets refunded at the "point of purchase".

However, some of the 'Thought You Should Know' singer's fans were not satisfied with the ticket refund after spending thousands of dollars on other expenses around the concert.

One woman named Mandi Walker Nowlin took to her Facebook page to share a complete itemized list of everything she wants to be refunded by the songwriter.

Nowlin's list displays a $560 hotel bill, her outfit which cost $120, her husband’s outfit which was $218, a meal at the Oxford Grillhouse in Mississippi ($235), a cracker barrel bill ($40), and more.

The full bill ran up to a whopping $3,982, with the woman sharing a link to her Cash App - a mobile payment service - under her post and writing: "I’ll expect my payment tomorrow. Thanks bro."

The outraged fan also added: "My husband has gone with me to two concerts. Ever. In the 17 years we’ve been together. Somehow I talked him into this one and this s*** happens."

Meanwhile, one angry supporter named Brandi Burcham even went as far as to sue the country singer for her wasted time. She reportedly filed her lawsuit on April 24, claiming that she had yet to get her refund, as reported by The New York Post.

"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," Burcham added in court documents.

The woman later retracted her complaint, but her legal team has stated that they plan on refiling it as a class action lawsuit with other upset ticket holders.

"The second lawsuit, like the first, will seek compensation on behalf of all those affected, not just one person," Burcham's law firm Langston & Lott explained in a now-deleted post, per WLBT. "Tens of thousands of people collectively spent millions to attend this event, and those affected are entitled to know the truth and to be made whole," they added.

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Credit: Instagram / Morgan Wallen

On Monday, Wallen - who is no stranger to controversy after he was exposed for using a racial slur - issued a statement about the cancellation on his Instagram Story.

"After last night’s show, I started losing my voice so I spent the day resting up, talking to my doctor, and working through my vocal exercises trying to get better," he wrote. "I really thought I’d be able to take the stage and it kills me to not deliver it before showtime, but my voice is shot and I’m unable to sing."

"All tickets will be refunded at the point of purchase. I am so sorry, I promise you guys I tried everything I could," he added.

Featured image credit: AFF / Alamy