Morgan Stewart is still receiving backlash from a questionable comment she made on the premiere of #RichKids of Beverly Hills, and the reality star has finally decided to clear the air.
During the #RichKids January premiere, Stewart was caught on camera uttering something that might haunt her for the rest of her life: “It’s 2013. No one’s homophobic unless you’re from Kentucky.” Wow. This comment definitely didn’t sit well with KY natives. And since then, viewers have taken to Twitter to bash the star for her ill-advised words.
But in an open letter on her BoobsAndLoubs blog, Morgan has finally set out to explain herself, hoping she and her upset followers can start anew:
“Ok, where do we begin? I really don’t want this to be super awkward. There is just no reason for it- I really feel as though we got off to a very rocky and unnecessary start,” the blogger writes. “My JOKE about nobody being homophobic unless they’re from your lovely state, was a joke, a pure JOKE. Now I’m not asking you to find it funny, or anything I say funny for that matter, but at least realize that the statement made was not from a hateful place,” Stewart says, adding, “ANYWAY- I hope this is the first step in mending our relationship, hopefully we can re-build and start a new!”