Who is OnlyJayus? TikToker apologizes after texts of her using racial slur surface online: 'There's no excuse'

'I am so sorry to everyone, but especially to those in the black community,' she said


                            Who is OnlyJayus? TikToker apologizes after texts of her using racial slur surface online: 'There's no excuse'
OnlyJayus apologized for her racist texts that surfaced online (Twitter)

TikTok star OnlyJayus was the latest victim of the cancel culture after she was found using racial slurs in text messages that have popped up on the internet. The internet minced no words as they slammed her and demanded an apology. Isabella Avila aka OnlyJayus finally came out with an apology and revealed what exactly happened. Fans and netizens on their part were still in an unforgiving mood. In a video, she said: "In my past, I said disgusting things to people and I am so ashamed of myself for using racist rhetoric and derogatory language to hate others because I knew what that word meant and I understood the power behind it, but I said it anyway because it was the meanest thing that I could think of and I am so sorry to everyone, but especially to those in the black community."

“Only you guys can forgive me for this. There is no excuse and there are no justification for what I said and you guys deserve better. I forgot how hateful and how angry of a person I used to be,” she said.

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You can watch the clip of the apology here:



 

The screenshots that emerged were reportedly from a year ago where the content creator is seen using the N-word in a conversation. HITC says it was unclear who the star was talking to, but the usage of the word was enough to spark major outrage. "No no but you said you knew what the n word meant so why did you say it because ik damn well you shouldn’t have said it if you knew what it meant what a lame excuse," read one of the tweets in response.

"The only people who are even remotely allowed to have an opinion on this are black people/poc. I personally am understanding(not myself but ppl ik) of people having a racist past that they no longer believe and it haunts them, only ppl who have a say are them and thats it!" read another.

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Accepting the apology was not an option for most of the people. "Yeah nahhhh there’s no excuse for this I understand how people can’t have built up emotions but those emotions don’t make you tell people you hope their parent get cancer and cal them slurs. This apology was only made because more people saw what you said and you’re only sorry," a fan commented.

"I can see the loudest people here are those against you, but there are many who are giving you this chance to make things right in silence due to the backlash one gets here. I am not one hurt, so I cannot accept an apology but I look forward to seeing you do better. (Muted)," read a tweet.



 



 



 



 

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