Jennings tweeted on Wednesday: “Hey, I just want to have the fact that I must have posted something unwise and insensitive on Twitter over the years.”
He wrote: “Sometimes they make jokes in my mind, and it makes me frustrated to see how they read on the screen.” “In the past, I used to leave bad tweets so that they could be posted. At least that, they may lead to wise answers or even advocacy. Deleting them is like whitewashing a mistake.”
Another tweet said: “Sometimes I say something stupid in a stupid way, and I want to apologize to those who (deserve to be offended) offended.” “I’m not trying to hurt anyone, but it’s okay: I messed up I’m really sorry.”
Jennings ended his tweet on Wednesday and looked forward to the future.
He wrote: “If 2020 teaches us anything, it is that we should be kind to each other.” With this in mind, I look forward to entering 2021. ”