Brad Paisley Slams CMA Awards Over Not Allowing Questions On Las Vegas

Maren Morris also shared her opinion on the new media guidelines for next week’s show.

By Doug Lazy on November 3, 2017


The CMA awards announced yesterday that press at the event will not be allowed to ask questions about the Las Vegas shooting, and co-host Brad Paisley is not having it.



Guidelines were given to media on Nov 2 who will be covering the event on Nov 8. According to Rare Country, the guidelines state that anyone who asks about the mass shooting or “gun rights, political affiliations, or topics of the like” on the red carpet or backstage could have their credentials revoked and be removed from the venue.

Maren Morris and Cam chimed in with her opinion on the guidelines this morning as well:



A couple of hours after Brad Paisley’s initial tweet, the CMA announced that they were revising the guidelines and apologized.



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