“I wish to recognize and ask for forgiveness for my deleted Fb posts from 2020 that resurfaced lately,” Jennie wrote. “On the time, I believed I used to be talking out in opposition to violence, however I’ve since realized how offensive and hurtful my phrases had been.”
The RHOSLC megastar added that she was once “sincerely sorry for the ache” the posts brought about.
Jen Shah, on the other hand, brushed aside what Jennie had mentioned as a “disingenuous apology.”
As she wrote in a commentary day after today, “Since my RHOSLC solid member has admitted that she made the ones terrible feedback and posts, I will have to now rise up, on behalf of my husband and sons who’re African American, to mention that I’m deeply angry through the racially insensitive posts and feedback.”
Jen endured, “It was once infuriating to peer her like and repost feedback that made a mockery of and confirmed entire apathy towards the ones killed marching to carry consciousness to the deep-seeded [sic] social injustice problems that plague our nation.”