Where Did Blake Shelton’s Apology Come From?

"Hateful? Never," He Writes

Early on Wednesday (Aug. 17), Blake Shelton seemed fed up with the gossip making the rounds about his relationship with Gwen Stefani.

“I literally can’t keep up with it anymore,” he tweeted in response to a fan’s post about the couple’s alleged “prenup war.”

But then just a few hours and a couple tweets later, Shelton posted an apology of sorts on all his social media pages. It seemed to appear randomly, and not in response to any one specific tweet or post he’d made. And he doesn’t address anyone by name.

It’s more of a big-picture apology after some media outlets have pointed out that some of his tweets in years past haven’t exactly been politically correct. In fact, some have accused him of being homophobic and racist.

However, in his Twitter post, he acknowledged that his humor can sometimes be “inappropriate and immature” and apologizes to those who were offended.

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