Mickey Guyton Says Stress From Online Attacks After Calling Out Morgan Wallen Caused Early Labor


Mickey Guyton chats with ET’s Keltie Knight about her groundbreaking nomination for The 63rd Annual GRAMMY Awards, airing March 14 on CBS. The 37-year-old singer is the first Black female solo artist to be nominated in a country category. Guyton opens up about the social media attacks that followed after she spoke out against Morgan Wallen’s use of a racial slur, and she reveals the stress ended up causing her to go into early labor. Guyton says she hopes her emotional song ‘Black Like Me’ will send a message ‘that we are all one.’


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