Roman Kemp, who’s the son of former EastEnders star Martin Kemp, has apologised for historic offensive tweets.
The Capital FM breakfast host, who’s rumoured to showing on this yr’s collection of I’m a Movie star… Get Me Out Of Right here, took to his Instagram web page to situation an apology.
Addressing his 205,000 followers, Roman, 26, revealed he was “really, deeply and completely sorry,” within the grovelling clip.
He defined within the video that he had trawled by earlier social media posts to see if he had written something that might trigger “hurt or offence” to anybody.
Final yr, Roman discovered himself on the centre of a row after calling BTS’ music “noise” throughout his radio present.
Roughly 60 complaints have been made to media watchdog Ofcom, and Roman was branded “racist” and “xenophobic” by indignant listeners on Twitter.
On the time, Roman hit again at irritated radio listeners who hit out at him on-line however the tweets, which have been shared by the Mirror On-line, have since been deleted.
In an alternate with Roman, one Twitter consumer penned: “You imply to say, it’s alright to be racist in the direction of different languages? I don’t assume it’s ‘regular’.”
Roman’s response seems to have been eliminated.
Addressing historic tweets within the video shared on his Instagram web page yesterday, Roman stated: “I wished to speak about one thing I’ve seen a whole lot of celebrities speaking about, and folks all over the world speaking about, and that’s the use of language on-line.
“I went by one thing horrible with a troll on-line and it inspired me to look again and take accountability to see if I had ever posted something that might trigger hurt or offence to somebody.
“Being completely trustworthy, I am shocked and appalled and ashamed to say I did discover issues.”
He continued: “I did discover issues I’m under no circumstances happy with. I don’t affiliate myself with that.
“I do know the one who wrote these issues isn’t the person I’m now, however they have been there.
“I made the acutely aware choice to get these issues, I’ve deleted these issues.”
“I don’t need that negativity on the earth. I don’t need the legacy I’ve on the web to be a spot the place there’s negativity, or one thing that may trigger offence.
“For anybody that has ever been offended by one thing I’ve stated on-line, I’m really, deeply and completely sorry.”
Roman then stated he was eager to unfold “happiness” and hoped his followers would do the identical.
He added: “Going ahead, I need to be that good social media consumer that spreads happiness about people, not negativity.”
“I hope that you simply watching this need to do the identical. Collectively, let’s make the web a little bit of a greater place.”
Each day Star On-line has contacted Roman’s spokesman for remark.