Local retailer Popular bookstore has apologised for a tweet which poked fun at teen blogger Amos Yee, who was slapped by a man outside the State Courts on Thursday.
The tweet, posted on Thursday, read “Sorry you got slapped. Here, have some cookies on us! #FamousAmos for #AmosYee #Hi5toyourface.” It was posted with a picture of Famous Amos cookies.
Popular bookstore deleted the tweet on the same day and posted a new one which said: “Spread Love, Not Hate. #AmosYee #saynotoviolence”, with a bag of Famous Amos cookies.
On Friday, the bookstore tweeted: “It was a mistake that we accept and sincerely apologise for. We promise that we won’t do it again. #saynotoviolence.”
Spread Love, Not Hate. #AmosYee#saynotoviolencepic.twitter.com/GH6KZqjB2a
— Popular Book Company (@Popular_SG) April 30, 2015
It was a mistake that we accept and sincerely apologize for. We promise that we won’t do it again.#saynotoviolencepic.twitter.com/0Y79VE7BY1
— Popular Book Company (@Popular_SG) May 1, 2015