Gina Rodriguez issues another apology for using the N-word in a video

Gina Rodriguez has issued a second apology after saying the N-word in an Instagram video.

The “Jane the Virgin” star, 35, created controversy when she filmed herself rapping along to the Fugees song “Ready or Not” — and said the racial slur that is part of the lyrics.

She initially apologized in a follow-up video, saying, “I am sorry if I offended anyone by singing along to the Fugees, to a song I love that I grew up on. I love Lauryn Hill” — which many fans deemed insincere, as she appeared to apologize for liking the song instead of addressing the implications of her actions.

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Late Tuesday, she gave it another shot.

“In song or in real life, the words that I spoke, should not have been spoken. I grew up loving the Fugees and Lauryn Hill. I thoughtlessly sang along to the lyrics of a favorite song, and even worse, I posted it,” Rodriguez said in a statement, which she later shared on Instagram.

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“The word I sang, carries with it a legacy of hurt and pain that I cannot even imagine. Whatever consequences I face for my actions today, none will be more hurtful than the personal remorse I feel,” she continued. “Watching my own video playing back at me, has shaken me to my core. It is humiliating that this has to be a public lesson but it is indeed a much deserved lesson. I feel so deeply protective and responsible to the community of color but I have let this community down.

“I have some serious learning and growing to do and I am so deeply sorry for the pain I have caused.”

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She turned off commenting on Instagram so followers couldn’t respond to her words.

This article originally appeared in Page Six.