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Taylor Swift’s Dancer’s Apologies amid Sexual Assault Meme Scandal

Updated On 12 Jun, 2018 Published On

Taylor Swift’s touring dance team member, Kim ‘Toshi’ Davidson who previously was a veteran has finally spoken up about his sexual assault meme. The dancer apologized via Instagram after getting slammed for posting a meme which shined a light on sexism.

On Sunday, Davidson shared a lengthy apology through his Instagram writing:

I would like to offer my sincerest apologies for the insensitivity of my social media posts. While they are not a reflection of my views, they are offensive and in bad taste. I deeply regret my action, and I'm heartbroken that I hurt my fans and followers who have encouraged me and have always believed in me.

He was slammed on social media after posting some sexist memes which offended many. In one of the Instagram posts, words ‘back to the kitchen’ were highly emphasized instead of ‘Back to the Future.’

The sexist posts did not just end there as he shared another photo which showed a black van, chloroform, secluded forest and a rag with ‘Every girls weakness’ written on top.

CAPTION: Kim ‘Toshi’ Davidson's sexist meme SOURCE: The Wrap

Even though he recently shared his petty apology on Instagram, it was not the same initially. When he first received rage for the posts, he wrote:

If you can't take a joke, this isn't the page for you

Nonetheless, the dancer now has been missing from Swift’s performances since 1st June after working with her since 2014.

 

I Manchester Can’t wait to play for you again!! @Hogieaaa @GettyEntertainment

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Moreover, he has also been kicked off from Tay’s Reputation tour, and his name has also been removed from the end credits of her shows.