After James Charles brought all the receipts to the table on Saturday after being accused of numerous accusations, everyone has turned to apologize to each other.
Jeffree Star first sided with Tati Westbrook and “inserted” himself into the drama, but he says this a “wake up call” in a new video titled “Never Doing This Again.”
In the shortest video of all this drama, Star calls the past week “very insane” and while he knows people are “sick and tired of hearing about this subject” he says, “it took me back to the old Jeffree and I was in a very dark place.”
The YouTube star admits he has “spoken too much” with “brutal tweets” and “vicious texts”.
“I mishandled our relationship,” he tells Charles.
“I am not going to give the world want they want,” he adds.”I don’t want to play the games anymore.”
Star says he could get into more detail about all the different circumstances but the fact of the matter is “I inserted myself into something publicly that I shouldn’t have.”
As for the message Charles brings up that Star sent his brother Ian, Star wants people to know “I have let people get in my head” and that he sent them thinking the tweets that Ian wrote were about him when they were actually something personal.
He then apologizes to Ian, “I did not understand what I was doing in the moment.”
Westbrook, who said she is taking a digital break, tweeted out a broken heart along with a message that said she has spoken with Charles and they have all agreed “to put this matter to a rest.”
“Although I do not regret raising my concerns, I completely regret the way I went about saying them,” she adds. “Even in this moment, I still have so many things I’d like to clear up, however the continued call for ‘receipts’ is nothing more than a call for the never-ending bloodshed.”
Charles then ended the conversation (for now?) by thanking the two of them “for your sentiments.”
He adds, “I am on board to move on, will not speak about this further, but do hope to speak in the future when we’re all ready. This week was awful for all of us and I ask that the community focuses on positivity moving forward.”