Diddy ‘undoes the cancellation’ starting with Travis Scott and Morgan Wallen

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Beverly Hills, California – Cancellation culture is rampant in 2022, just as it has been in recent years. A rude tweet from 10 years ago can lead to a permanently tarnished reputation and, as seen with DaBaby in July 2021, a lot of lost revenue. But Diddy wants to end the cancel culture. Speaking to Billboard at a press conference in Beverly Hills last week, the Bad Boy mogul explained why he insisted that Travis Scott and controversial County singer Morgan Wallen perform at the Billboard Awards 2022, which he produces and hosts.

“As a family of musicians, none of us are holy; none of us are without anything happening to them in life, so one of the things I’m doing directly is not undoing the cancellation,” he said. “This is breaking news because people didn’t want to undo their cancellation. But the cancellation is a trend that needs to stop.

He added: “My brother Travis Scott has to play. Travis went through a tragedy; Morgan [a lancé le mot n] talking to her boy. People make mistakes. Now we move forward with love and respect for all who have been hurt or affected. It’s time to forgive.

Travis Scott faced a backlash in November 2021 after 10 people were killed in a stampede at the Astroworld Festival in Houston. Some people have blamed Scott for their deaths after he continued to perform even after seeing ambulances shoving their way through crowds. Scott, however, maintained that he had no idea how serious the situation was and said he was devastated by the events that transpired.

Meanwhile, Morgan Wallen was ‘cancelled’ in 2021 after being recorded saying the ‘N-word’. Consequently, he was fired by his management company, suspended by his record label, and his songs were banned from radio stations. He quickly released a statement addressing the controversy, saying, “I am embarrassed and sorry. I used an unacceptable and inappropriate racial slur that I wish I could take back. There is no excuse for using this type of language, ever. I sincerely apologize for using that word. I promise to do better.

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In December 2021, Wallen teamed up with Lil Durk for the song “Broadway Girls” and accompanying video. It has since racked up over 37 million views on YouTube. As for the BBMAs 2022, the ceremony will be broadcast on Sunday, May 15 from the MMG Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.

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