How not to apologise after insulting someone on Twitter. [Video]

How not to apologise after insulting someone on Twitter. [Video]

As far as apologies go, it does’t get much more insincere than this… But, possibly with good reason.

Yesterday, an unlikely pair, commentator/comedian Andy Levy and singer Chris Brown, went head-to-head on Twitter. Levy added a comment to a tweet from Brown that understandably caused a fair bit of controversy:

Another conference. “Great.”

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Last night, Levy took to the air to give Brown an ‘apology’ he won’t forget in a hurry.

Whether you know Levy, or not, and whether you’re a Brown fan, or not – the video is a must watch.
For the record, I’m not a Brown fan, I can’t quite believe the public have given him a second chance at wealth and stardom.

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