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Ne-Yo’s transgender apology slammed by anti-woke fans: ‘Do not be weak!’

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mad.” The R&B singer prompted an outcry among conservative listeners after walking back on a controversial comment he made about parenting within the transgender community.On Sunday, Ne-Yo, born Shaffer Chimere Smith, posted his 180-degree apology on X (formerly Twitter), claiming that he has always been “an advocate for love and inclusivity in the LGBTQ+ community.”Several fans of the “So Sick” singer slammed the apology claiming that the rapper had nothing to be sorry for. “Do not be weak Ne-Yo,” wrote conservative influencer and broadcaster Xaviaer DuRousseau. “You spoke facts that needed to be heard.” “U caved to the mob that butchers children.

Not sure how u can look yourself in the mirror,” slammed another irate fan. Taking to X, the Grammy winner’s apology stated: “After much reflection, I’d like to express my deepest apologies to anyone that I may have hurt with my comments on parenting and gender identity.”“I’ve always been an advocate for love and inclusivity in the LGBTQ+ community, so I understand how my comments could’ve been interpreted as insensitive and offensive,” continued the hip-hop star. “Gender identity is nuanced and I honestly admit that I plan to better educate myself on the topicThe Post reached out to Ne-Yo for comment.

The mea culpa came on Saturday after the “One In A Million” crooner, 43, criticized parents for allowing kids to make “life-changing” decisions about their gender. “I feel like the parents have almost forgotten what the role of a parent is,” said the rapper during an interview for VladTV.

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