Again in motion, TikTok star Addison Easterling, higher often called Addison Rae, made her social media comeback amid hypothesis that she’s pregnant.
Rae, 19, returned to Twitter on Wednesday, July 8, after a two-week hiatus, to apologize for beforehand reposting a video that condemned the Black Lives Matter motion. The social media star had been MIA from her accounts since June 28, inflicting many followers to invest in her.
“I owe all of you an apology,” Rae started her assertion. “4 years in the past, I reposted a video which included a lady sharing her ideas on Black Lives Matter and All Lives Matter that I shouldn’t have.”
After the video just lately resurfaced, the Louisiana native took possession for her half in sharing it on time.
“Due to my privilege, I didn’t perceive and wasn’t educated sufficient on the social injustices going through the Black group,” she continued. “All lives CANNOT matter until Black lives do. The Black group was and continues to be oppressed and broken by systemic racism.”
Rae defined that she sees her “errors” and is “dedicated to studying from them.”
She continued: “I’ll by no means cease rising, studying, and combating for these whose voices rightfully have to be amplified, and can endlessly consider that Black Lives Matter.”
Rae, who’s the second-most adopted persona on TikTok, then requested her followers to assist the worldwide motion.
“I’m really sorry, and I’m dedicated to utilizing the platform you all have given me to work on changing into a greater ally,” she concluded. “I really like you all endlessly.”
The dancer’s message got here someday after her ex-boyfriend Bryce Corridor shut down rumours that she was anticipating.
“Let me simply clear it up: She’s not pregnant,” Corridor, 20, instructed the YouTube channel Superstar Livin on Tuesday, July 7. “I don’t know why that’s a factor.”
Rae has but to touch upon the being pregnant claims. However, the Corridor assured his followers that “she’s high quality.”
Whereas a few of Rae’s followers speculated that her TikTok absence was resulting from body-shaming trolls, others steered it needed to do with a resurfaced video the place she was accused of encouraging a buddy to say the N-word.
Earlier than taking a break from the social media platform, Rae apologized for an additional BLM controversy. After posting an Instagram selfie with a Martin Luther King Jr. quote amid the Black Lives Matter protests, she defined that she didn’t imply any hurt.
“I’m so sorry to any that I’ll have upset with this,” she mentioned on time. “My intentions are pure, and this quote is one thing that I consider in SO deeply.”