If only I could go back in time.
Cher has been doing an “examination of conscience” and has redoubled her apology after stating that she could have prevented George Floyd’s death if she were in Minneapolis at the time.
“These last few days have been hard, soul searching, painful,” said the 74-year-old singer. tweeted on tuesday.
She continued: “My wording was incorrect / imprecise. When I’m too excited, I should wait, walk away, and then twt. “
The Goddess of Pop said she was “sorry” and wishes she could have helped Floyd.
“Sorry is all I have,” he concluded.
Just before the drama, Cher was spotted on a rare outing in Los Angeles on Thursday. The singer’s all-black ensemble matched her long jet black hair and she opted for a no-makeup look.
The reaction was swift for Cher after she tweeted Friday night that she was watching the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, who planted his knee on Floyd’s neck for 9 minutes and 29 seconds during a routine raid. .
“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,” she wrote.
On Monday, she made her first public apology after multiple netizens accused her of being a “white savior” and that Floyd’s death was about her.
“I know people apologize when they’re in a bind, BUT [hand] TO GOD … I AM REALLY SORRY if I upset someone in [the black] Community. I know my [heart],” she wrote on Twitter at the time.