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It took a few days, but Lil Reese has finally apologized. The Chicago rapper and Def Jam signee found himself in a hailstorm of criticism when video of him punching and kicking a woman later identified as Tiairah Marie, made it online. Last night, Reese took to Twitter say that his juvenile actions were a thing of the past.

“Everybdy makes mistakes I was out of charcter & ive grown sense then Dont judge me for my past i can admit my wrongs and I apologize.#3hunna,” he tweeted. Also, he sent out another tweet right after that said “since” to correct the spelling error.

Previously, Reese had seemed unapologetic in his tweets, leading some to wonder if that was really him even typing the aforementioned message. Only his actions moving forward will prove otherwise.

Prior to Reese’s mea culpa, the victim shared her own thoughts on the incident via a message on Facebook. Basically, besides also revealing the the altercation happened just a year ago, she called Reese, and any man that hits a woman, a “pu–y.”

But would Reese have apologized if the video had never been revealed? He also did not apologize directly to Marie (unless he has done so privately). Things that make you say, “Hmmm…”


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