Cher he apologizes for saying George Floyd She might still be alive if she were in the crowd during her fatal arrest … she says she let her emotions get the best of her.
The 74-year-old singer just returned to her weekend tweet storm where she suggested she would have stepped in to save Floyd, saying she has done an examination of conscience after being dragged online.
Cher says, “These last few days have been hard, soul-searching, painful. My wording was wrong / imprecise. When I’m overly emotional, I have to wait, walk away, and then feel sad. I have helped George. Sometimes you can feel what you cannot Explain at once. Sorry is all I have. “
As we reported … Cher was charged with having a “white savior complex” for saying she could have helped Floyd if only she had been there when he was arrested, and initially responded to the kickback bending.
Cher also deleted the initial tweet that put her in some hot water, which read … “I was talking to Mom and she said ‘I saw the trial of the cop who killed George Floyd, and I cried … I said’ Mom, I know ‘This is going to sound CRAZY, but … I kept thinking … Maybe if I had been there … It could have helped. “
Many people wonder what, exactly, Cher could have done for Floyd while the police kept the large crowd at bay … and now she’s offering a pardon that at least sounds sincere.