Celebrities are always saying things that get them in hot water. Some go too far and have to publicly apologize for their actions. Here are 10 celebrities who had to publicly apologize.
Lil Wayne took a long azz time to apologize to Emmett Till’s family for saying he’d beat the kitty kat up like Emmett Till. They were less than thrilled and he lost his Mountain Dew endorsement.
“I is, what I is.” Paul apologized on national TV and still lost all her endorsements for using the N-word 20 years ago.
Keyshia finally apologized to Michelle Williams for saying she “phucked the groove up” during Destiny’s Child’s Superbowl performance on Twitter.
Russell apologized after causing a firestorm by posting an unfunny Harriet Tubman Freaky Film parody on his new Youtube Channel.
Laila admitted she was wrong for calling Kanye and Kim’s bundle of joy’s name North “stupid.”
Drake And J. Cole
J. Cole wrote an apology for his “I’m artistic, you n—-s is autistic, retarded,” lyric on “Jodeci Freestyle” after advocacy organization Autism Speaks criticized him. Drake also apologized and removed the offensive lyric.
Katie made amends for questioning why the Kardashians were famous, but not before Kimmy Cakes aired her out on Instagram with a gift she gave baby North.
Rick Ross apologized for describing drugging a woman with Molly and having forced sex with her on the song U.O.E.N.O. Apologies weren’t enough and he lost his deal with Reebok.
Chris Breezy said sorry over and over again for beating the brakes off Rihanna before mainstream America would accept him again, but trouble seems to follow him wherever he goes.
People came for Kanye’s head when he interrupted Taylor by saying Beyonce had the better video. Mainstream America forgave him, but now his new hobby is beating up photographers at LAX.