Jun 8, 2008
Amy Winehouse Apologizes For Racist Video
In typical fashion, Amy Winehouse popped out of her London pad on Saturday night to chat it up with anyone and everyone who decided to drop by.
The Rehab singer first opened her door to speak with journalists following further damaging allegations in the Sunday papers.
According to British tabloid reports, Winehouse is said to have appeared in a video, shot in 2007 by her incarcerated husband Blake Fielder-Civil, singing a racist song.
Sucking on a lollipop as she spoke, Amy told the assembled media that she was “very sorry if any of her words had been misunderstood or caused offense.”
Later on the same night, the troubled crooner once again was in her open doorway - greeting a friend dressed as Jimi Hendrix who wandered up to her front door.
Making one final appearance, Amy was seen peering out of her window as fans serenaded her from the street in the early hours of the morning.