UCLA girl Alexandra Wallace stirred up all types of controversy with her recent video (above) in which she made deplorable comments about Asian students at her school.
Here's what UCLA Chancellor Gene D. Block had to say about the video in a statement:
"Like many of you, I recoil when someone invokes the right of free expression to demean other individuals or groups."
And here's Alexandra Wallace's apology, which she issued to the university's Daily Bruin newspaper:
"I cannot explain what possessed me to approach the subject as I did, and if I could undo it, I would. I would like to offer my apology to the entire UCLA campus."
No word yet on whether or not any she'll get into any serious trouble with UCLA.
We're glad to see that she apologized, but we're not 100% convinced that this was the most sincere apology ever.
Do U think she was sincere with her apology?