Not sure if y’all saw this the other day, but Charles Barkley apologized to an Axios reporter after making a joke about hitting her:

Sounds like something Charles might say, but it was not well-received.

In a statement made through Turner PR, Barkley offered up this:

“My comment was inappropriate and unacceptable. It was an attempted joke that wasn’t funny at all. There’s no excuse for it and I apologize.”

Case closed, right?

Not exactly. Seems like Alexi McCammond was taking some crap from people in her mentions, who were asserting that this was par for the course for Sir Charles, who often treads the line between appropriate and inappropriate.

That then resulted in McCammond tweeting this, which seemed to be a non-acceptance of the apology:

What next?

Well, what happens in 2019 is that people now go through your entire social media history looking for something compromising, and that’s what took place here.

Folks combed through McCammond’s Twitter account and found posts that were racially insensitive to Asians:

And then she apologized for the old tweets:

Laugh or cry? I feel like we get one of these situations at least once per month now.