Mark Ronson apologizes for his comments, identifying himself as a sapi-sexual
Hitmaker Mark Ronson apologizes after recent remarks led people to believe that he now identifies himself as a sapio-sexual.
The 44-year-old DJ and musician made headlines last week during a performance at Good Morning Britain, when he was asked that French minister Marlene Schiappa was mocked for calling himself a sapi-sexual, one person being attracted by another person's intelligence .
After he said: & # 39; Yes, I feel like I identify myself as sapi-sexual & # 39; in the show, Ronson apologized in an interview with Rolling stone on Wednesday.
Apologies: Hitmaker Mark Ronson apologizes after recent comments that make people believe that he now identifies himself as a sapio-sexual
& # 39; I don't consider myself part of a marginalized community and I apologize if someone misunderstood or offended it & # 39 ;, said Ronson at Prince Street in New York City, Ralph Lauren .
He explained that the hosts of Good Morning Britain had a debate about sapi-sexual, and when he asked what it was, he was told it was & # 39; when you feel attracted to intelligence & # 39 ;.
Ronson then said: & # 39; That sounds great. Of course, who wouldn't that be? & # 39; before being asked, & # 39; about Miley Cyrus & # 39; dating life and something else I was probably not that well-informed to talk about, and then it was. & # 39;
Marginalized: & # 39; I do not consider myself to be part of a marginalized community and I apologize if anyone misunderstood or took offense, & quot; Ronson said at Prince Street location in Ralph Lauren, New York City
Ronson added that he returned to his hotel after the interview and saw that his comments made headlines, which he found embarrassing.
& # 39; It sounds like I broadcast a TV show saying: & # 39; Guys, I have big news! & # 39; And the fact that I would go on and more or less explain myself – like a heterosexual white man – was part of a marginalized community terrifying for me, or just embarrassing, & Ronson said.
The musician stated that he was not very concerned at first and thought that his comments would be placed in context before he added: & # 39; But that is no longer what is happening on Twitter.
Painful: Ronson added that he returned to his hotel after the interview and saw that his comments made headlines, which he found embarrassing
& # 39; People don't really look at it, they just hear something and make it all big & # 39 ;, he added.
Ronson said he talked to a friend who is great in the activist community, who said, "Are you sure you don't want to say anything about this?" You get a lot of hatred for it. & # 39;
He added: & # 39; If I said something that I knew was burning or offensive or racist or homophobic, I would of course correct it right away, but this just feels crazy to me. & # 39;
Hate: Ronson said he spoke to a friend who is great in the activist community, who said: & Are you sure you want to say nothing about this? You get a lot of hatred for it & # 39;
& # 39; So I would like to say that I do not consider myself a part of a marginalized community, & # 39; said Ronson.
His new album Late Night Feelings was released at the end of June, with other artists such as Miley Cyrus, Angel Olson, Lykkie Li and Camila Cabello.
Ronson will perform at Sony Hall in New York City on November 25.
Correct: & # 39; So I would like to say that I do not consider myself a part of a marginalized community, & # 39; said Ronson
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