Morgan Wallen Retaliates After Fan Hits Him With Cell Phone in Latest Concert Mishap

Morgan Wallen has once again found himself on the receiving end of a fan throwing an object in the middle of a live performance.

During a recent concert at the Mile High Stadium in Denver, Colo., the country crooner was performing his hit song "Cowgirls," when he was unexpectedly hit by a cell phone that an audience member hurled his way.

As seen in footage from the concert shared on X, Wallen, 31, was struck in the shoulder by the flying phone—and he didn't appear to be amused by the interruption.

Instead of acknowledging the situation, Wallen picked up the phone and threw it back into the crowd. Except, he didn't aim to toss the phone back anywhere near where the original thrower was standing.

"Never understood why people just voluntarily lose their phone for a night," one person wrote on X after seeing the clip, while someone else wanted to know, "WTF is wrong with people."

"Can we not do this," someone else implored.

And it's not the first time Wallen has dealt with fans chucking items at him from the audience, as just last week he was performing in Minneapolis, Minn., when he was struck in the face with a pair of baby blue panties.

The fan's thong bounced off Wallen's face before he caught the intimate moment in his hand and tossed it into the crowd on the other side of the venue.

"Welp, now some random fan has her drawers," one account wrote on X, sharing a video of the moment the country star came face-to-face with the stranger's underwear.

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