And from the bottom of my heart I am sorry. Trust me, I have spent the past 24 hrs crying and feeling sick to my stomach because of the entire situation. Just because you don’t see a post of my face on social media doesn’t mean I’m hiding or “proud” of my comments. I’m not.Till also pointed the finger at Facebook and Twitter in her apology, saying, "It also doesn’t help that social media can make you seem like a person who doesn’t care for human life when you do."
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