Quincy Jones has issued an apology for his recent controversial interviews. The iconic producer shared a lengthy letter on Twitter, explaining that his daughters held an intervention as a result of “some silly things” he revealed in the interviews. Jones said, “A couple weekends ago, my six daughters (who I’m beyond proud of) took me […]


Bloomingdale’s apologized yesterday (November 11th) for an ad inside its new holiday catalog that shows a man gazing at a laughing woman who’s looking away from him with the caption: “Spike your best friend’s eggnog when they’re not looking.” Critics complained online about the ad, suggesting it was promoting date rape. Bloomingdale apologized on Facebook […]

  In today’s soul crushing ’80s childhood hero admissions, Hulk Hogan was ousted from the WWE when footage of past racist remarks surfaced. And while…

After being taken to task by Tom Joyner on his blog and making headlines nationwide for his comments about fat people, Tyrese apologized via his Twitter account. This morning…

According to the AP, although defiant initially when Florida Lt. Gov. Jennifer Carroll made her ‘lesbians don’t look like this’ remark, now after her being ridiculed relentlessly, she has backed off and apologized. http://www.blackamericaweb.com/news/national-news/fla-lt-gov-apologizes-remark-about-lesbians

It might be the first time the United States has ever admitted it  was wrong — after mistakenly accusing Whitney Houston’s cousin, Dionne  Warwick, of owing more than $2 million in back taxes — and TMZ has proof  of the apology. http://www.blackamericaweb.com/?q=articles/news/the_black_diaspora_news/40510


via. khou.com HOUSTON— Candale Hall, the man charged with shooting four-year-old Isaiah Nicholas in the head on March 31, made a public apology Sunday at a church fundraiser held for the young victim. The fundraiser was to help the family with the little survivor’s massive amount of medical bills. See Video Here

*Whoopi Goldberg apologized to the New York Times this morning for calling an article in the paper — which talked about African Americans who have won Oscars but did not mention her — “sloppy journalism.” http://www.eurweb.com/?p=85162

VIA News One: // From CNN: John Gaeta received a letter of apology this week from the man who shot him point-blank in the neck at a Louisiana mall in 2002. The shooter was Lee Boyd Malvo, the younger half of the so-called D.C. sniper team that terrorized the Southeast and the nation’s capital that […]