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Most of you guys have probably already heard about the audio of an argument between Jack and Jack singer, Jack Gilinsky, and ex girlfriend, Madison Beer, surfacing online a little over a week ago. After the audio went instantly viral, both Jack G. and Madison released responses to the video.
Jack started by stating, “there’s no justifying the words that came out of my mouth in that audio file. in no way do I stand behind who I was in that part of my life. but people change & learn from their mistakes.” Jack then went on to state, “i am truly sorry to all of my fans or anyone who used to gain inspiration from me. that is not the person i am today & i do not want ANYONE to think it’s ok to act the way i acted in that clip.” He ended his message saying he just wants to try and spread positivity now and will continue to do so.
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Madison also commented on the leaked audio stating, “Jack and I having to face this yet again has been so hard… We have both grown and changed so much at this point and it has been an extremely difficult thing to relive.” She then went on to encourage fans to not go down the path she did, saying, “SPEAK UP. Don’t make the same mistakes I did.”
Up until a couple of days ago, it seemed like everyone was on the same page and agreed this never should have happened. Jack Johnson, Jack Gilinsky’s bandmate, then uploaded this video to YouTube.
This past weekend Madison took to Twitter to respond to Johnson’s accusations saying, “Why is the source of the video the story? Why is the woman who was being abused being called a liar? Why am i to blame? What happened in the video is real. There’s not going around that. The abuse is real…” She ended her statement with, “please don’t sit there in silence and stay in an abusive relationship, take a stand…. I say this again, nothing is worth your safety and happiness. Speak out. That is all i have to say.”
Obviously fans online have a LOT of opinions about the situation but the bottom line is, if you or someone you know is in a physically or verbally abusive relationship, speak out.
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