People Are Sharing The Worst Examples Of Problematic Celebrities Apologizing

Asked by his followers on Twitter, “What is the worst celebrity apology you’ve ever seen?” by user @itszaeok this week. Following their dismissal, criticism, or accusations, celebrities’ apologies have come under fire from the public.

Here’s what they had to say:

1. In response to criticism over her resurrected anti-gay remarks, Doja Cat said this:

What the hell is going on here?

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2. When Gina Rodriguez was called out for singing the N-word on her Instagram story, she issued the ultimate non-apology apology:

“So, what’s going on?” My sincere apologies for any distress caused. I apologize for the inconvenience. By singing along to The Fugees, she apologized if she had upset anyone. “I am sorry if my singing along to The Fugees offended anyone,” she stated. “I’m sorry if I insulted you,” she replied honestly. “I love Lauryn Hill.”

3. When Twenty-One Pilots’ Tyler Joseph apologized for not using his platform during the Black Lives Matter marches and the 2020 election:

“Not a Notes app moment. In order to keep the momentum going, I’ll be retweeting my platform tweet. It was wonderful “It was also tweeted out by him.

With this tweet, he re-re-re-apologized for his actions:

4. In the wake of his racist conference call being leaked, ex-Papa John’s CEO John Schnatter said he had worked for “20 months” to remove the N-word from his lexicon:

In his apology interview, he seemed to focus more on finding out how his words were leaked. “I never dreamed that people that I cared about — that I loved, that I made multimillionaires — would do what they did,” he said. “Shame on them.”

5. Australia’s severe biosecurity regulations required that Johnny Depp and Amber Heard apologize for not declaring their canines while entering the country:

“Australia is a wonderful island with a treasure trove of unique plants, animals, and people,” Amber said flatly, before Johnny added, “It has to be protected.” So awk.

6. After being accused of sexual assault, Mario Batali issued an apology that included a recipe:

“I have made many mistakes and I am so very sorry that I have disappointed my friends, my family, my fans, and my team. My behavior is wrong and there are no excuses. I take full responsibility.” Then, he shared a photo of Pizza Dough and Cinnamon Rolls.

7. The first time Akwafina was called out for her “Blaccent,” she rambled in an interview with Reuters Showbiz and then apologized:

Her use of a Blaccent in her parts led to her quitting Twitter, which was where she addressed the matter.

8. When Mark Wahlberg declared he’d changed his life after serving 45 days in prison for racially motivated hate crime attacks as a teenager, he was speaking from experience:

9. It was Roseanne’s “Ambien tweeting” when she blamed her racist statements about Valerie Jarrett on Ambien:

10. When fellow TikToker Jack Wright accused fellow TikToker Sienna Mae Gomez of sexual assault, Gomez returned to social media by dancing in a video:

11. Because of his daughter, Matt Damon recently claimed that he has quit using the f-word altogether:

“I made a joke, months ago, and got a treatise from my daughter. She left the table. I said, ‘Come on, that’s a joke! I say it in the movie Stuck on You! She went to her room and wrote a very long, beautiful treatise on how that word is dangerous. I said, ‘I retire the f-slur!’ I understood,” he said in an interview with the Sunday Times.

12. An embarrassing video was made after the proprietor of the Dolls Kill clothing line appeared to praise police for beating a protester before apologizing:

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13. The actor Ronen Rubinstein apparently joked about a character’s hijab on the 911 call when he said: Lone Star is a city in Texas:

“The last thing on my mind was offending anybody,” he said.

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