If it’s one lesson that has been learned here it's, don’t mess with the BEY Hive!
The internet went crazy yesterday after a video surfaced of Chris Brown’s girl Karrueche throwing shade at Blue Ivy’s hair.
“I really did wake up like this because my parents never combed my hair,” said Karrueche before realizing what she said, “Sorry, Blue! I love you,” she quickly added.
A source close to the model told TMZ that she read the joke straight off a teleprompter at BET's 106 & Park. It was in the script that had been changed by the producer at the last minute without her knowledge. Since it’s a live show, she could’t take it back.
After the comment aired, Karrueche and her manager were upset obviously because they thought it as mean-spirited and in poor taste.
On Tuesday, she took to her Instagram to issue and apology for her part in the joke.
“Past two days have been extremely draining..As I geared up for a big day for myself - hosting a live show..I never expected things to turn out this way..I apologize to any and everyone who felt offended in any way by the comments made by BET executed through me…I wouldn’t never disrespect anyone’s child in any way and anyone who knows me knows that I LOVE Beyoncé. My comments have been in complete shambles..yes I am human too and yes I do make mistakes. But all this negativity and death wishes are quite a lot. Definitely lesson learned form here forth. Again, on behalf of MYSELF, my sincerest apologies #BeyHive
BET executive Stephen G. Hill also expressed his remorse for the joke and defended Karrueche.
(1/4) Last night on 106 & Park there was a stupid, unthoughtful joke made about a young child.— Stephen Hill (@StephenGHill) August 26, 2014
(2/4)We apologize publically to the child’s parents (and have done so privately) and we have taken punitive actions with those responsible.— Stephen Hill (@StephenGHill) August 26, 2014
(3/4)It was very bad judgment and we will serve you much better in the future.— Stephen Hill (@StephenGHill) August 26, 2014
(4/4) Oh, and please don’t hate on Karrueche; it was NOT her fault. We also apologize to her for putting her in that position.— Stephen Hill (@StephenGHill) August 26, 2014