Maren Morris claims that after speaking out transphobia, she doesn't feel "comfortable" attending the CMA Awards.
Following a disagreement with Brittany and Jason Aldean about gender-affirming therapy for trans children, Maren Morris is uncertain about obeying the CMA Awards in November.
For "Humble Quest," Morris, 32, is up for album of the year. She competes against players Lainey Wilson, Luke Combs, Miranda Lambert, and Old Dominion.
The country singer said she is "deeply honoured" to be assigned but doesn't "feel (at) home)" at the award show in a report to the Los Angeles Times on Tuesday.
"Maybe I'll decide to leave during the real game. However, as of now, I don't feel secure going."
In the midst of the dispute between her and the Aldeans, the "Make You Say" singer criticised the culture of country music and how it has impacted her.
"I detest feeling like I have to police country music for dining people like humans. It's depleting" She spoke.
You can reach a certain level as long as you stay there, says Maren Morris, who holds her humility and defiance.