Jess Hilarious In Tears While Apologizing Over Muslim Flight Controversy, Vows To Donate $15k To New Zealand Victims [VIDEO]
had my head fucked up as it should…It’s really been bothering me of the picture that’s been painted of me.
She noted that the her statement came from her heart, explaining:
I wrote this myself, sorry I didn’t higher a publicist to get me through this.
I would love to apologize to them first for my insensitive, ignorant behavior. Yet, I’d like to apologize to all of you who were aware and offended by my actions.
She also clarifies reports that state that she was responsible for having the men removed from the flight. Jess says she did not have them removed from her flight See her full apology below.
As previously reported, over the weekend, Jess came under fire for her commentary of about two Sikh men wearing traditional Muslim head dress on her flight because they “scared her.” She could be seen making racial comments about the men before the flight.
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She later made a video, explaining that she wasn’t sorry for her comments. She said:
“Don’t play with me. If I’m scared, I’m scared, f**k ya’ll. F**k how ya’ll feel. Ya’ll mad at me ‘cause I don’t side with every other black person. ‘Cause I don’t side with every other race. F**k ya’ll. I felt how I feel, I felt threatened and that was it f**k ya’ll.”
“And I’m not flying there. We were evacuated, b**ch. Why? Why? With no reason explained at all? No technical difficulties? Ya’’ll ‘gon listen to Jess with the Mess one day ‘cause my news is real. How ironic is it, that we boarded the same plane and I don’t see those people? Yeah, we’re fully boarded. Eat my a**.”
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