Afroman tweeted the most non-apology ever after punching and knocking out a female fan at his Feb. 17 concert. A few hours later, he changed his tune to TMZ, perhaps after someone knocked some sense into him. Do you think this is acceptable?
Afroman, 40, should be ashamed of himself. Not only did he violently punch a female fan and knock her out cold during a Feb. 17 concert, but he tweeted a super lame apology the following day. Someone must have alerted him of his foolishness because an hour or two later, he seemed to have changed his tune — he appeared on TMZ Live and apologized for his disgusting actions. We’re just not sure we believe him.
Afroman Apologizes For Punching Fan — Singer Says He’s Sorry & Entering Rehab
So Afroman appeared on TMZ Live on Wednesday and said he’s heading to an inpatient anger management rehab. He also said he knows he was wrong for doing what he did (you think?!), but he just made a number of excuses.
Not only did Afroman put part of the blame on a heckler and the girl onstage, but he also said the timing of the concert, as well as the walk he had to the stage, affected his mood.
Oh, how terrible — he had to walk “half a mile” to the stage. That makes sense! Now we understand why he railed his fist into a female’s face. (Try again, Afroman.)
The more we watch his apology video and read his lame tweet over and over again, the more livid we get.
Here’s the gross tweet Afroman posted before appearing on TMZ Live:
It is what it is
— Afroman (@afromanmusic) February 18, 2015
This message certainly doesn’t make us believe he feels very remorseful.
As HollywoodLife.com previously reported, the “Because I Got High” singer was arrested after he punched a female fan in the face during a performance in Biloxi, Miss. on Feb. 17. He was then pulled off stage by police.
Here is the shocking video, which shows Afroman punching a female fan in the face:
We truly hope that Afroman is sorry for his actions and follows through with seeking treatment.
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— Chris Rogers