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Posted by jennywill AKP STAFF 17 days ago

Jae apologizes for his comments on neurodiversity and passing them off as sarcasm

AKP STAFF

DAY6'sJae apologized for his actions.


A few hours ago, Jae made comments about neurodiversity that hurt many people. When confronted about it, he commented about cancel culture, saying, "After being on this platform I've come to realize that some latch onto cancel trains without even getting the full story for their entertainment. Apologies to anyone who actually took offense, no harm intended. For trains, unfollow please. You're not welcome here, Have [sic] a good day!"

When someone called him out on his tweet, he responded:

All the tweets have now been deleted. He's issued an apology that reads as below:

Some are still hurt by his words, pointing out that Jae has often said things and have hidden behind that excuse that he was being sarcastic. Others defended him, saying that Jae has learned from his actions and is growing as a person.

What do you think about what happened?

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kairiii249 pts 17 days ago 0
17 days ago

smh, he said nothing wrong AT ALL.


People are ridiculous, now every little word in every sentence is offensive and ablest. People can't say a single sentence anymore, might as well not talk at all.


People should learn to stop forcing people to conform to their unrealistic standards of "woke", these people don't even care they are just jumping on the cancel train anyways. They can act "woke" all they want but it's not authentic if it's for something as irrational as this.


Some of ya'll need to get off social media and/or stop being so attached to celebrities, like wtf.

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rockermom61 pts 17 days ago 2
17 days ago

Again, much ado about nothing. I do feel for some idols that are called out on any little thing they say. They are human after all. Give them and us a break.

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