The former “Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide” star insisted she just didn’t care the difference between Millennials and Gen Z when she first referred to the dance video that featured been viewed 100 million times.
“Hey. Are we in agreement ? What is that ? The 32-year-old actress said in her debut TikTok, mimicking slow dancing with the caption “Millinneals win”.
But she was soon back online in floods of tears, stating in a video, “The hate mail in my inbox is not OK. OKAY? I didn’t want to say anything in any way, ”she insisted.
“I am not here to offend or belittle anyone. At all. I thought the Millennial and Gen Z thing was a thing on TikTok. This intention was not that big, all of you, ”she said, wiping away her tears.
“I learn everyday, like I think everyone does. And that kind of hate just needs to evaporate from the planet, no matter who it is directed to, ”she said.
“Crocodile tears?” No man! It’s like my soul there!
“I’m sorry you were offended,” she said, adding that “we all need to vibrate higher for the future”.
“I think for my own sanity I need to take a step back from social media,” she said.
“So yeah, I just have to get out of here for a little while, but I like you, love you and will be back,” she vowed.