Jennings tweeted on Wednesday, “Hey, I just wanted to admit to the fact that over the years on Twitter, I’ve definitely tweeted some things that are not sensitive and insensitive.”
“Sometimes they worked as jokes in my head and I was horrified to see how they read on screen,” he wrote. “In the past, I usually left bad Tweets until they were spammed. At least that way it could lead to smart responses and even invite. Deleting them seemed like a whitewash of a mistake.”
And another tweet wrote: “Sometimes I used to say stupid things in a stupid way and I want to apologize to people who were offended.” “It wasn’t my intention to hurt anyone, but it didn’t matter: I screwed up, and I’m really sorry.”
Jennings ended his tweets Wednesday by looking forward.
“If 2020 teaches us anything, it is that we should be kinder to each other,” he wrote. “I look forward to 2021 with that in mind.”