‘Real Housewives’ star Candiace Dillard Feels Sorry for Past Homophobic Tweet

'Real Housewives' star Candiace Dillard Feels Sorry for Past Homophobic Tweet

“Real Housewives of Potomac” mogul Candiace Dillard recently apologized for her disgraced homophobic tweets from 2010 and 2011 that has been resurfaced on the Internet lately.

Candiace Dillard, 33, shared a lengthy apology post from her social media account on Wednesday, where she shared “matured” following the tweet she shared decades ago related to ‘gay’ men.

Candiace Dillard wrote an apology tweet from  her official Twitter @candeegal,

To my loyal fanbase, particularly the LGBTQIA+ viewers, thank [you] for your unwavering support. I love you. I, alone, am responsible for my words, and I deeply regret saying anything that could have hurt my friends, colleagues, family, and fans.

Adding on the reality star shared that she used an inappropriate language carelessly and was not acceptable back then, and is not acceptable now either. Furthermore, the Water in a Broken Glass star acknowledged that his words were hurtful, and she feels genuinely sorry for it. Dillard shared that she was a private citizen back then and used to speak carelessly without thinking much about anything.

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She added she considered the LGBTQIA+ community as her ally and feels her statement in the past seems offensive when recalled now. Candiace shares she loves, respects, and supports the community.

How Candiace Perceive Things Tells ‘Now’ & ‘Then’Candice Dillard Resurfaced Tweet

Dillard addresses and apologies for her past homophobic tweet.
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Candiace Dillard sees all the criticisms in a positive way; her past homophobic tweet has been a ‘humbling experience’ which has helped him to expand herself and her thoughts.

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On Tuesday, a Twitter account posted a thread of the homophobic language, the reality star used in 2010 and 2011. For those unaware of the controversial tweet, her first tweet from 2010 reads, “Queenie gay men irk me. And similarly, her another tweet reads, “I’m personally turned off by men who r too into fashion. It’s a fine line. When u do too much, I’m disgusted. Makes me think ‘gay.'”

So what do you guys think about her previous, so-called ‘homophobic’ tweet and her plea now? For more Telly World updates, visit StillaBae.