Tana Mongeau sparked intense criticism after
uploading a long-awaited apology video.
In the video, Mongeau said she was
sorry for “being such a big part of cancel
culture for the entirety of her career”.
She also said she doesn’t deserve a platform
for acting “in a gaslighting manner”.
Mongeau then expressed her “disgust” with
“every single apology video” she’s ever made
and declared it was “far past the time” for
her to take accountability for her actions.
Though she claimed that this apology
would be different, it still was not met
with good reviews from fans.
“It was obviously a script written by her team.
She didn’t mean any of it,” one Twitter user wrote.
As of September 7, the video has double the
amount of “dislikes” than “likes” on YouTube.
Mongeau responded to the outrage
over her apology by saying she was
“just scared of sounding upset or emotional
or crying so [she] cut that all out”.
she said she would upload another explanatory
video responding to her fans thoughts