Nina Mc Lin, also known as @n.nina666 on TikTok and Instagram, has issued a public apology after another TikTok user called her out for using a racial slur.
User @precioustheangel made a post
this week showing a screenshot of Lin using the n-word in a comment.
In the post, the TikTok user asked: “So I found screenshots of her saying the n-word, and I just want to know [if] she wants to address this?”
Lin eventually replied to the TikTok user to address her use of the n-word in a recent post
“As an Asian American, I should not be saying that f**king word,” she said. “I shouldn’t be associated with that f**king word and I—39 weeks ago that’s not the same person I am today and I will further educate myself on that and learn the true meaning behind that word, and that’s not ok. For the people who I offended, I’m deeply sorry and I hope you guys take this apology. I’m not asking for forgiveness but I just want to let yall know I f**ked up and the only thing I can do right now is reflect on it and I will.”
Several of Lin’s videos went viral for her deep, raspy New York accent and comedy skits on self-defense for 2 a.m. walks in the city.