José Fernández's tragic passing has affected so many people.
The late sports star's longtime love reflected on their time together, writing:
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On Thursday, the girl accused of causing Justin Bieber to stop taking photos with fans officially apologized to the Sorry singer and got a chance to tell her side of the story. Hmm, go on!
In an interview with Mix 104.1's Karson and Kennedy show for CBS, Kailyn Ferrara explained:
"I got really excited because I couldn't believe it was really [Justin], so my first instinct was ‘I need to give him a hug', so I walked over and I gave him a hug. I put my phone up and he didn't like that… The security guard said, ‘You shouldn't do that without asking first.'"
In case you forgot, earlier this week, J.B. took to Twitter to rant about why he would no longer be snapping pics with fans amid his two night stint at Boston's TD Garden. Miz Ferrara was accused of being the culprit after she posted a video where the Boyfriend performer was clearly upset she shoved a camera in his face (below).
Justin didn't appreciate my vicious hug but I appreciated his presence #IsItTooLateNowToSaySorry ?????? @justinbieberA video posted by Kailyn Ferrara (@kailyn_ferrara) on May 9, 2016 at 7:05pm PDT
On the controversial incident, she continued:
"I feel bad. I didn't think he'd get mad about it, but he did… After I gave him the hug, he still talked to me. He got over it quickly and still talked to us after the incident."
Obviously he wasn't so cool with what went down since the meetup bugged him well into the next day. Although, we can't really blame him for being so upset. The superfan concluded:
"I'm sorry, Justin… I'm sorry that I upset you. I didn't mean to cause you anything this big. I had no idea – I was just very excited to see you."
Aww! The youngster seems to really feel bad. Here's hoping that the Biebs hears her apology and calls off his Beliebers.