Morgan Wallen’s beginning to return to performing after his n-word discussion, while apparently scorning an association we’re advised he’d vowed to meet with … the NAACP in Nashville.

As per NAACP Nashville President Sheryl Guinn … after her branch connected with the country artist in February, she says his group communicated interest in booking a plunk down in light of the fact that they guaranteed he felt horrendous about utilizing a racial slur and needed to offer peace.

Guinn reveals to us the two sides consented to a gathering that was probably going to incorporate different Black pioneers, just as a few group going with Morgan … all they needed to do, was iron out the subtleties.

In any case, we’re revealed to Wallen’s group went quiet after that underlying call, and there’s been no exertion by Morgan to get it going … alongside no clarification.

The NAACP Prez says her Nashville part never compelled the nation star for a vis-à-vis, yet essentially needed to make itself accessible in light of the fact that he openly communicated a craving to teach himself. Guinn reveals to us her expectation was to help Wallen become a backer for Black equity and enroll his fans to do as such too.

To be reasonable … not long after TMZ broke the story that Morgan was recorded by a neighbor nonchalantly considering an amigo the n-word, he asserted he’d met with a few Black gatherings that assisted him with acknowledging how unsafe his activities were.

Wallen likewise expressed in April he was setting aside effort to chip away at himself and would not be adding any event dates this late spring.

As we announced … he got back on the stage this week in Nashville at Kid Rock’s Big Ass Honky Tonk bar before what resembled a pressed house.

Guinn reveals to us it’s unsure if their gathering with Morgan will at any point occur. We’ve contacted Morgan’s group … up until now, no word back.

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