Travis Kelce Apologizes for Misogynistic, Racist TV Show: “I Was Just a Young Man Trying to Make a Living”

But while the Kansas City Chiefs tight end was mostly met with cheers, his monologue took a far darker turn when he discussed the cancelled E! show “Catching Kelce” and the hate it had spread among fans.

“It’s true that I had my own show,” Kelce said. “But I’ve learned that some of the things said on that show were not okay. I am so sorry for all the hurt it caused.”

The show, which premiered in 2016, was Kelce’s attempt to find love by going on dates with 50 eligible women from different states. Many viewers took issue with the show, calling it misogynistic, sexist, and even racist.

Kelce attempted to explain away the show’s shortcomings, noting that it was produced by E! and that he was just following their lead.

“I was just a young man trying to make a living,” he said. “I thought this was just what I had to do to make a living. I didn’t realize how my words and actions could hurt people.”

Kelce ended the monologue on a positive note, saying that he’s learned a lot since then and is determined to be better and use his platform for good.

“I want to use my platform to spread love and acceptance,” he said. “I’m sorry for the hurt and hate that my show caused.”

The monologue was mostly well-received, but some fans were still not convinced. They argued that Kelce had not taken responsibility for his words and actions and that he should have done more to make amends for the hurt caused by his show.

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