Nigerian singer, Simi has apologised over the homophobic comments she made about the Lesbians, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) community.

The music star took to her Twitter page on Monday, August 3, 2020, where she tendered an unreserved apology over the comments she made during her YouTube show 'Stoopid Sessions.'

"I carelessly and casually addressed an issue that is a matter of life and death for many. It was not my intention to you, but I did and I am sorry," part of the apology note read.

Simi apologized to the LGBT community following a "homophobic comment" she passed off in her YouTube show 'Stoopid Sessions".  [Twitter/SymplySimi]
Simi apologized to the LGBT community following a "homophobic comment" she passed off in her YouTube show 'Stoopid Sessions". [Twitter/SymplySimi]

She went on to make reference of someone who almost got killed because of their association with the LGBT community and how dangerous homophobic comments can be.

Finally, Simi said she may not know how the LGBT community works but is learning to understand how it works.

Simi says she is sorry for her homophobic comments. [Instagram/SymplySimi]
Simi says she is sorry for her homophobic comments. [Instagram/SymplySimi]

The music star's apology is coming on the heels of the backlash that followed after she made a statement about the LGBT community in one of the episodes of her show.