Daniel Caesar Apologizes For His Drunken "Tyrannical" Rant About Black People

After asking for critics to cancel him, the Grammy winner is now backtracking.

(AllHipHop News) Rising R&B star Daniel Caesar was one of the recent celebrities to find himself in the cross-hairs of cancel culture. Twitter users slammed the "Best Part" singer for berating black people for being too mean to accused "culture vulture" YesJulz and white people in general.

Caesar returned to social media to offer a mea culpa. His latest statement included him saying he has not changed his mind about the topic, and he only acknowledged the error in the way he conveyed himself.

“I expressed my opinion in a very pretentious… I was talking down to you guys," said Caesar. "I apologize for how I expressed my idea because that is where I went wrong. I believe in what I said. A real man can admit when he's wrong. I can admit when I'm wrong."

He added, "There was no one there to challenge my ideas. That's also dangerous. That's why it's tyrannical. It was a very tyrannical rant because a tyrant doesn't have people around checking him."

These comments came after the Canadian originally stated, "I said what I said before and y'all tried to cancel me, and I apologized like a b*tch. I don't believe in that sh*t because I think you guys are wrong and I think I'm right."