Columbus Short Apologizes To Tom Joyner

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Columbus Short is taking the high road. The Scandal recently called in to the Tom Joyner Morning Show, but the interview didn’t go exactly as he wanted,  in fact it was rather awkward. Instead of letting things linger in limbo like his character in Scandal he decided to speak out with an apology to Tom Joyner and his team for his so nasty and so rude actions!

“TJMS, My sincerest apologies for the confusion over my appearance on your show last Friday morning. I am a long time supporter and admirer of The Tom Joyner Morning Show and I was looking forward to an opportunity to speak with you and your audience. Unfortunately, the early morning (approximately 5:45AM Pacific Time) following a late-night event had me at what some describe, less than my best.
To clarify a few of my statements:
1. I rarely use the “n” word and I could not have picked a worse time to do so. I deeply apologize for directing it towards you.
2. Regarding my statements about women being insecure, I am a strong believer and supporter of women and I am always amazed by all that our better halves accomplish. I come from a family of strong black women and I would never discredit or minimize their success. I have the deepest respect for women, their strength and innate beauty. To suggest anything else was never my intent. I simply wanted to emphasize that women have no reason to feel that way and my song, “Gave Ya”, is meant to convey just that.
3. Lastly, just to clarify, I was not high, drunk or otherwise under the influence. I was simply exhausted. After a long day, the early call threw off my schedule.
This was no excuse – you and those who support me deserved better. Please accept my deepest apologies for any misunderstandings for that morning call. It would be an honor to appear on the TJMS in the future to set things right with your audience.”

Looks like someone’s publicist is play damage control! I get it, it is tough to to have your life on display for the world to see. What do you think about Columbus’ apology?

Souce: Blackamericaweb.com

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