(CNN)It was a rap song which acquired Hannah Brown in incredibly hot drinking water.
The Year fifteen star of “The Bachelorette” has apologized for working with the N-word when trying to rap the lyrics of DaBaby’s “Rockstar” on her Instagram Reside on Saturday.
Brown apologized on her Instagram Stories in a posting on Sunday.
“I owe you all a key apology,” she wrote in a assertion she posted. “There is no excuse and I will not justify what I claimed. I have examine your messages and observed the hurt I have caused. I personal it all. I am terribly sorry and know that whether or not in community or personal, this language is unacceptable. I assure to do superior.”
CNN has reached out to reps for Brown for additional remark.
A few members of Bachelor Nation have been also not delighted with the “Dancing With the Stars” Period 28 winner.
Bekah Martinez, a contestant on Year 22 of “The Bachelor” posted a statement on her Instagram Stories which began “How are men and women nevertheless gonna defend CELEBS with entry to SOOO substantially privilege, information, and instruction stating the N-term…even if it is really ‘just the lyrics to a song’…specifically when that particular person experienced the wherewithal to skip more than the F-phrase lyrics initially.”
“We’ve Got to maintain people accountable to do greater otherwise we’re continuing to prioritize the feelings of white people (and somebody we ‘stan’) in excess of ending our country’s loooong history of informal racism and flippant anti-blackness,” Martinez wrote.
Brown found herself in the midst of some controversy even though on her display as well.
She and contestant Luke Parker received into a heated conversation right after he required assurances that she would not have sex with any of the other contestants.
He afterwards apologized on the show’s “Adult men Notify All” specific.