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The singer Taylor Swift was humiliated on Friday night when fans of the country music star Morgan Wallen brutally booed her during his concert in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Swift Booed At Wallen Concert

Daily Mail reported that during night two of his Indianapolis top of his “One Night At A Time” tour at the Lucas Oil Stadium, Wallen, 30, took some time to thank the crowd for their support.

“This is single most attended concert in the history of this building, and we’re the first to do it for two nights in a row,” Wallen said.

“I’m going to say that until Taylor Swift comes to town,” he added jokingly.

The crowd, however, was not having any of it, and they started booing as soon as Swift’s name was mentioned.

“We aint got to boo, we aint got to boo,” Wallen told the audience as they continues to voice their displeasure about Swift. “I appreciate that. I know you all got my back though.”

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Wallen Arrested

Just two days after this concert, Wallen was arrested and charged with three counts of felony reckless endangerment and one count of misdemeanor after he reportedly threw the chair from the Chiefs Bar just after 10:45pm on Sunday night.

Officers with the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department are alleging that the chair landed just three feet away from where they were standing. Wallen was booked into the Davidson County jail just after 12:30am, and his bond was set at $15,250, and he was seen being shielded by umbrellas when he was released at around 3:30am.

“At 10:53 pm Sunday evening Morgan Wallen was arrested in downtown Nashville for reckless endangerment and disorderly conduct,” Wallen’s lawyer Worrick Robinson said in a statement. “He is cooperating fully with authorities.”

Full Story: Morgan Wallen Arrested – Hit With Multiple Felony Charges

Swift Becomes Billionaire – Prepares To Release Album

As for Swift, she recently became a billionaire after her hugely successful Eras Tour, which she is currently on a break from until May, according to Forbes. This tour grossed an estimated $1.04 billion off of its first 60 shows alone, and she just added three nights in a row of shows at the Lucas Oil Center for November 1, 2, and 3, each of which quickly sold out.

Swift’s new album “The Tortured Poets Department” is set to drop on April 19. People Magazine reported that Swift has revealed that the album will explore the five stages of heartbreak: denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance.

“This is a list of songs about getting so caught up in the idea of something that you have a hard time seeing the red flags, possibly resulting in moments of denial and maybe a little bit of delusion. Results may vary,” Swift said.

“These songs all have one thing in common, I wrote them while feeling anger,” she continued. “Over the years, I’ve learned that anger can manifest itself in a lot of different ways, but the healthiest way that it manifests itself in my life is when I can write a song about it, and then oftentimes, that helps me get past it.”

Swift has yet to respond to the reception that she got at Wallen’s recent concert.

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