About two months ago, Andrea Guidroz, a mom from Louisiana, reached out to 97.3 The Dawg in an effort to get Morgan Wallen to say some kind words for her son Brevin, who had been struggling at home and school.
Guidroz told the radio stationthat her son had been struggling with abandonment issues around the same time Wallen had been struggling with his own personal issues last year.
She wrote to Wallen through the radio station in an email:
“When you publicly apologized, we sat down together and watched it because YOU are someone he looks up to.
The words you said, recognizing your wrong doings, & taking accountability of your wrong doings. Your actions matter.”
However, Wallen not only shared some kind words, he came through big time.
He sent the 12-year-old some merchandise, but he also sent a note that said:
“Hey Brevin, I heard your story and wanted to say hi and to let you know I’m in your corner and proud of you. I know how tough it can be, but you are stronger than you think.
Be true to yourself and understand that nobody is perfect, but as long as we keep working on ourselves and being the best we can be, then we are on the right path.
You will succeed in whatever you put your mind to. Stay Strong!”
Last weekend, Wallen made a stop on his TheDangerous Tour in Orange Beach, Alabama.
Andrea and Brevin were there for the concert, when a woman approached the two and offered a backstage tour.
Needless to say, it was more than a backstage tour, as Wallen himself walked into the room after his mom had set the meeting up, and the two chatted away.
She wrote on her Facebook page:
“The conversation between these 2, were like they’d known each other forever. They talked music, sports, teams / players, about life — he really is just a plain ole country boy.”
Talk about a classy move from the biggest name in mainstream country music right now.