It was only a few weeks in the past that Hannah Brown was caught on video utilizing the N-Word. Since then, Rachel Lindsay Abasolo and different Bachelor alums have weighed in on the state of affairs. Lindsay Abasolo has been on the forefront of the dialog. Not solely is she the one Black lead that the franchise has ever seen, however she additionally had a one-on-one dialog with Brown after seeing the video in query.
According to Lindsay Abasolo, Brown was presupposed to go reside on her Instagram web page to apologize for singing the n-word in a music. Then she was presupposed to deliver Lindsay Abasolo on earlier than having a extra in-depth dialog. But, the lawyer was compelled to go reside on her personal and have a dialogue concerning the historical past of the N-word after Brown ghosted her. Instead of going reside, Brown selected to make a press release on her Instagram story which, after all, expired after 24 hours.
Hannah Brown speaks out after her N-Word video circulates
“I owe you all a major apology. There is no excuse and I will not justify what I said. I have read your messages and I have seen the hurt I caused. I own it all. I am terribly sorry and know that whether in public or private, this language is unacceptable. I promise to do better,” the Alabama native wrote within the since-expired Instagram story. Naturally, individuals discovered Brown’s authentic apology disappointing, Lindsay Abasolo specifically. But, a number of weeks later Brown did make an 18-minute lengthy apology video which she posted to her feed.
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So how does Lindsay Abasolo really feel about Brown’s most up-to-date apology? In a current interview with Page Six, the previous Bachelorette weighed in. “I don’t want to critique an apology. An apology is an apology. It was solid and it was heartfelt, which is exactly what I would expect when it takes you two weeks to put out an apology. I mean, it should have been all those things,” Lindsay Abasolo started.
How does Rachel Lindsay Absasolo really feel about Hannah Brown’s apology?
The lawyer continued on to share how that it wasn’t for her to evaluate Brown’s coronary heart. “I wanted her to do a live video, so people could see her, and she did it, and it came across as genuine to me. I’m not going to judge what was in her heart. I know that when I talked to her on the phone — two weeks ago when it happened — she was upset at what she did. So I feel like her apology was genuine,” Lindsay Abasolo said.
But, Lindsay Abasolo did categorical the hope that Brown would really ship on the guarantees that she made in her apology video. “There were a lot of things that were promised in the apology as far as she’s going to take action, and so I think people are watching for that,” the 35-year-old shared. It would appear that Brown is starting to teach herself and her followers. On June 4, 2020, she shared a video to her web page about why utilizing the N-word isn’t acceptable for non-Black individuals.
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Urging her followers to not defend her actions, she as soon as once more addressed her utilization of the N-word. ”It is SO essential to me to inform y’all that there isn’t a defending what I stated, and I hope this video helps you perceive why you shouldn’t defend me both,” Brown shared in her caption. We can solely hope that Brown will proceed to teach herself and use her platform to teach others. Lindsay Abasolo has been shouldering that burden for a lot too lengthy and it’s previous time that others in Bachelor Nation joined in