Is it ever to late to say I'm Sorry?
My daughter went to the Beyonce and Robin Thicke concert July 8, in St. Louis and professed that she is a new fan of the entertainer. She said Beyonce gave one of the best concerts that she's been too and that she really enjoyed herself. But for me, I was desperately trying to contact my child via cell phone as the news had reported that two fans were hurt and had to be taken to the hospital.
Apparently during the concert two teens were injured when fireworks accidentally sprayed into the front row. It was the pyrotechnic display that went wrong. Beyonce continued to perform, never stopping to acknowledge the hurt teens. Then after the concert, she showed up at the hospital and spent 45 minutes with the teenagers and invited them to another concert later. The teens were excited that she came to see them. Others like disc jockeys, etc., thought it was tacky and inconsiderate of her not to acknowledged the incident and apologize during the concert. One likening her poor judgement to the time that Michelle felled while they preformed on 106 Park and Beyonce stepped over her and continued to sing and dance, not thinking or caring that Michelle could have actually been hurt.
For me, I thought it was nice of her to go to the hospital. Considering it was a good move if the teens or their parents decided to sue. You know folks are lawsuit happy. Some were pissed because she never apologized to everyone in the audience.
I thought about it! Is it ever too late to say I'm sorry?