Best New Artist Grammy nominee Noah Cyrus has issued an apology for utilizing racially-charged and insensitive language in an Instagram story referring to Harry Kinds. On Wednesday, the youthful Cyrus sister inserted herself right into a week’s lengthy debate about Harry Styles’s historic Vogue cowl, which has riled up conservatives like Candace Owens for featuring the male singer in a costume. “He wears this costume higher than any of you nappy ass heauxzs,” Cyrus captioned a photograph of Harry Kinds donning a dress from his Vogue photoshoot, which she posted on her Instagram story on Wednesday. After posting the picture, Cyrus was criticized on social media for her inappropriate use of the phrase “nappy,” a pejorative term with racist connotations. On Thursday,
Cyrus returned to Instagram to issue an apology for her choice of language. “I’m mortified that I used a time period without knowing the context and historical past, but I do know now and I’m horrified and truly sorry,” wrote Cyrus, “I will by no means use it once more. thanks for educating me. I in no way meant to offend anybody. I am so so sorry.” Sigh, Harry Kinds didn’t feed a super fan’s fish and thoughts his rattling business to be brought into baby Cyrus’s ignorance-fueled internet drama.