Important Message From Wheeler

I just got the unfortunate news that Walmart, Target and Best Buy have refused to sell my new album, “Ol’ Wheeler.”

I’m sure you all think I would have a “fuck it” attitude about this, but I am honestly very upset and angry.

For many of my fans, these chain stores are the only way they can get my record. And as part of my goal to bring real, honest country music back into the mainstream, I was hoping to compete with the Little Big Town’s and Luke Combs’ of the world. Unfortunately, that is no longer possible.

To prove that Wheeler Walker, Jr. “means business” and is “here to stay,” I wanted my album to debut at #1 on the country charts. Again, without a level playing field, this is now an impossibility.

I appreciate the fact that iTunes, Amazon and Google Play will be carrying my album uncensored (and for the ridiculously low price of $6.99!... pre-order now!), but many of my fans still have flip phones and no access to wireless fidelity (often referred to as wi-fi).

I figured that in the year 2017, we would be able to say what we want where we want, but that does not seem to be the case.

I’m being rejected by these outlets simply for singing about eating butts and jacking off my friends and shoving my finger up my asshole. This is not right.

The President of the United States brags about grabbing women by the pussy, and I can’t be sold in a chain store simply for stating that I like a woman with a giant bush who knows her way around an asshole? This is censorship, plain and simple.

I know many people will say, “Wheeler, if you want to compete with the big boys, you’ve got to tone it down.”

My answer to them is “suck my dick”. Also, “build that wall”.

Or to put it more simply: they should suck my dick and have Mexico pay for it.

Please help me fight censorship by purchasing numerous copies* of this record and making it the biggest thing since Milton Berle’s cock. Let’s take this fucker to #1.

Thank you and God bless,

Wheeler Walker, Jr.

*Was just told you cannot purchase multiple copies on iTunes. But you CAN “gift” them for your friends. So just do that.

(Thank you for your support and please share this if you agree with me. If we all stand up together, we may not win the battle, but we could win the war)