Days after the very disturbing audio of Jack Gilinsky verbally attacking Madison Beer surfaced online, the Jack and Jack singer has decided to break his silence on the matter days after the recording went viral.

Jack took to social media to not only issue a formal apology and explanation, but also confirm that the audio is indeed of him and the “Dead” singer.

On Twitter, Jack wrote, “there’s no justifying the words that came out of my mouth in that audio file. In no way do I stand behind who I was in that part of my life. But people change & learn from their mistakes. the clip you’ve all heard is from last year. I was in a very dark place, & clearly had no control over my emotions. It’s painful for me because most people think that this clip is current & is an accurate representation of where Madison & I stand today, when that is far from the truth.”

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“Like any couple, Mad & I have had our fair share of ups & downs, this clip specifically being one of our lowest points, Madison knew if she didn’t help me overcome my ways and change, no one would, & I would never learn from my mistakes. I’ll never be able to thank her enough for believing in me the way she did during that time,” he continued to write.

The singer then continued to explain that he in no way expects to be easily forgiven by anyone by what he said in the clip by continuing to write, “in no way do I expect to be forgiven or felt bad for. I’m at fault for all of my actions & I know better than to treat a woman, or anyone for that matter, the way I did then. I am truly sorry to all of my fans or anyone who used to gain inspiration from me. That is not the person I am today & I do not want anyone to think it’s ok to act the way I acted in that clip.”

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Despite the apology, some fans are not letting Jack off the hook so easily for what he did to Madison. Many leaving comments that the one person he needs to apologize to is the songstress, while others are welcoming the apology and accepting it.

Madison has yet to make a formal statement to fans and the public about the leaked audio clip since it was released on social media over the weekend. Though surely she has had to have felt the wave of support coming her way, with fans leaving encouraging messages all over her Instagram pictures and tweeting them out as well.

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