Karol G Apologizes Following Black Lives Matter Publish



Karol G has apologized after facing backlash for a submit she shared in regards to the Black Lives Matter movement. 

On Monday morning, the 29-year-old Colombian singer shared a picture of her black and white seen canine with the caption, “El ejemplo perfecto de que el Blanco y Negro JUNTOS se ven hermosos. #BlackLivesMatter.”

Her caption interprets to, “The precise occasion that [the color] black and white collectively look pretty. #BlackLivesMatter.” 

The tweet has since been deleted. 

Whereas becoming a trending topic on Twitter, followers and followers on social media criticized the singer for sharing what they described as “colorblind” and “tone deaf.”

The singer then took to her Twitter account as quickly as as soon as extra and shared an apology. 

“I was flawed and I apologize,” she wrote, sharing an English and Spanish translation of her apology. “I must make clear that my intentions had been correct throughout the image I posted earlier. I meant to say that racism is horrible and that I can’t begin to understand it.”

“These last few days have been laborious and its terribly painful to see it proceed to happen,” she continued. “IT NEEDS TO STOP. There is only one race and that’s the human race. I acknowledge that the way in which through which I expressed myself was not correct.” 

On Would possibly 30, Karol moreover obtained backlash for another tweet that read, “Solo existe una Raza de la que TODOS hacemos parte. La raza humana.” This interprets to, “Only one race exists and it’s the one which we’re all a part of, the human race.” 

She continued her apology, “I stand with Black Lives Matter. Beneath no circumstance must ANYONE experience such systematic oppression because of the color of their pores and pores and skin or for belonging to any minority group and I SUPPORT the protests and actions taken all through these events to complete police brutality and racism.”

“I’m nonetheless finding out and taking energetic steps to help, help and evoke change,” she concluded, “and I proceed educating myself to know the experience.” 



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