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NU'EST Aron Apologizes Again for Sexist Comments After First Attempt is Deemed Insincere and Sarcastic

By Annie | January 06, 2014 02:07 AM EST


NU'EST member Aron still can't seem to escape criticism after making comments on a radio program last week that were taken as sexist by many listeners and netizens.

The idol has set out to apologize for his remarks for the second time, and this time around he sounds a lot more sincere.

After apologizing two days ago for a conversation he had with Chocolat members Tia and Lori on Arirang Radio's Music Access program on December 30, NU'EST member Aron was still the subject of much controversy and scolding when many fans and netizens deemed his words insincere.

Aron has since had some time to think things over and posted another Instagram message for his followers extending his thoughts on the matter again, with much more sincerity.

He posted, "after reflecting upon myself for the past few days, I realize what I said was very wrong. I apologize to anyone who was hurt my words, it was never my intention. I will definitely think before I speak from now on. I apologize to the fans that were hurt, and to the fans who continuously showed me their love and support. I also apologize if my last apology seemed sarcastic... that's not how I meant to express myself. I hope you guys accept my apology and forgive me for my mistakes. please don't degrade my members because of my mistakes... if you want to take your anger out, go ahead and take it out on me. again, I'm sorry and I will work hard to become a better person. I love all of you, and hope you all have great days! #nuest#aron#apology [sic]." 

What do you think of Aron's latest apology? Let us know in the comments section below.

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