Once you post something on the Internet, it has never really gone – no matter how long ago you deleted it. Right now Camila Cabello is finding out what happens when they revisit the post.
What happened here, if you do not spend all your free time on social people. A Twitter user named @Motivatefenty posted a thread from Cabello’s old Tumblr account with multiple screenshots showing him using racially insensitive language and rebelling multiple racial or xenophobic tropes and images are.
The 22-year-old singer posted an apology on Twitter and Instagram Stories on Wednesday 18 December. “I used language that I am deeply embarrassed by; I did it When I was younger, and I will regret forever” “Uneducated and ignorant and once I became aware of the history and weight and true meaning behind this terrible language, I was very embarrassed that I ever used it.”
“I apologize and I apologize now,” Cabello continues. “I will never intentionally hurt anyone and I regret it from the bottom of my heart.” As much as I would like, I cannot go back in time and change things said in the past.”
She says that she has grown and changed since she was posting those things to Tumblr and now uses her platform “to talk about injustice and inequality”.
“I’ve grown up and am aware & conscious of history, this pain is like I wasn’t there before,” she says. It represents the person I am or a person I have ever been to. I have stood up only for love and inclusion, and never had my heart, yet, any ounce of hate or division. “