After a disturbing dog attack that made news all over the country, country music star Morgan Wallen found himself in the middle of a controversy. The incident happened when Wallen’s dog, which he loved very much, went violent and caused a lot of damage.
As the news spread like wildfire, fans and critics alike were left wondering what happened and what it could mean for the rising star’s future. With Wallen’s quick rise to fame and his fans’ deep devotion, the fallout of this dog attack has become a turning point in the singer’s life, leaving many to wonder what comes next.
Morgan Wallen Dog Attack
Morgan Wallen, the biggest name in country music, is once again making headlines, but at least this time it’s not for postponing his tour or using the n-word. Instead, the dog that attacked Wallen’s son Indigo recently belonged to his ex-girlfriend and baby mama.
Indigo will likely only have a scar after getting some stitches, but Wallen’s ex, KT Smith, is looking for a new home for the dog so it won’t have to be put down. Although the dog assault was not malicious in any way, shape, or form, it is obvious from viewing the video KT Smith put to social media explaining the issue that a new environment is required going forward.
The official account of TMZ said on Twitter: “Morgan Wallen’s Son Bit By Ex-Girlfriend’s Dog”
Morgan Wallen’s Son Bit By Ex-Girlfriend’s Dog https://t.co/tHNpyelTAu
— TMZ (@TMZ) June 20, 2023
I’m a huge dog person, I won’t lie. Although many people might favor euthanizing a dog in this circumstance, I’ve never been really in favor of it. We can’t have violent pit bulls running through the streets, for sure, but I don’t believe this fits that description.
The ideal situation is for the dog to be adopted by a household where no one will be at risk of attack and for Morgan Wallen to release a hot new song about an ex-girlfriend’s dog attack.
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I mean, there seems to be so much content from this incident that not making a song would be criminal. I don’t want to get greedy, but maybe there’s room for an entire album filled with dog attack references? I wouldn’t imagine that his son would mind – given that he’s like three years old and might have permanent brain damage.
Putting jokes aside, “I’m happy to hear that Indigo isn’t terribly hurt from the attack and that there’s potential to find the dog a new and safe home.” There’s no knowing what kind of banger we’ll get from Morgan Wallen later this summer if it turns out that this was an intentional attack.