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When the controversy regarding Swings's past lyrics disrespecting the late actress's family in the song "The Uncomfortable Truth" came back up online, it seems Swings directly messaged Choi Jun Hee, with the words, "I am sending a direct message via Instagram in advance, thinking that the best thing I can do is to apologize to Jun Hee-nim in person. Jun Hee-nim, I would like to apologize for my mistake 7 years ago, which inflicted so much pain to Jun Hee, your family, and so many other people."
He continued, "Back when the song came out, those who were contacted about it's issues told me, upload an official apology, ban it from being played publicly, and not contact the family directly. That's why back then, I had thought that my official apology would be my best option, and I did so on Cyworld, which many people used long ago. I had wanted to find you and Hwan Hee (Jun Hee's brother) in person and apologize, but it seemed like since you were both so young at the time, it might be even more painful for me to show my face in front of you."
The rapper also said that he was in the United States for work currently, and would be returning to Korea on April 4, after which he would like to meet up in person with Choi Jun Hee and her family to apologize directly.
Upon sharing the apology, Choi Jun Hee had accompanied it with the words, "Should I accept his apology," but has since deleted the post. In it's place, Choi Jun Hee has posted a new photo of an illustrated woman with a sad expression, alongside the caption, "I'm like a star that disappears gradually over time. Amidst the thousands of stars that shine bright in the pitch-black night sky, there are also thousands of smaller stars hidden among the more brighter ones. I tried so hard not to become like those [smaller] stars, but having repressed what I wanted to do for so long despite the frustration, when I think about how all of that effort will go to waste, I hate the world."
What do you think her message means?