Morgan Wallen VS. Walmart After 'Dangerous' Album Leak

Morgan Wallen might never shop at Walmart again after discovering that the retail conglomerate dropped the ball and his record a week early.  

The country star discovered on social media that fans in West Virginia, North Carolina, Missouri, and Wisconsin had purchased copies of his 'Dangerous' record early and shared the tunes online. 

The album was not scheduled for release until Friday, January 8, but with the cat out of the bag, Morgan decided to take matters into his own hands and leak the songs himself on TikTok.  

"Hey y'all, it's been brought to my attention that some of my music—well, my album—has leaked at some Walmarts around the country. I don't know how that's possible, but it has," said the singer on Instagram. "I've been working on this album for three years. I'll be dammed if I'm gonna let Walmart do the leaking like that. So if y'all don't care, keep up with me on here. I'm gonna start doin' the leaking of the songs myself."

Throwing some additional shade at Walmart, Morgan coyly reminds fans that he has given Target two additional songs. 

"So if you're going to buy my album, go to Target, baby."

Listen as Morgan Wallen drops in with Cody Alan on the radio Friday, January 8. You can tune in and find your station at 

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