Drew Barrymore, a famous actor, upset a lot of people when she planned to restart her talk show during the ongoing Writers Guild of America (WGA) strike without her writing staff, who are part of the union.
Fans and fellow union members criticized her for not supporting the strike and making it weaker.
However, she changed her mind and announced on Instagram that she wouldn’t bring back her show until the strike was over.
She apologized to those she hurt and to her team who worked on the show.
She had previously shown support for the strikes but faced backlash for her decision to go ahead with her show.
In a video on Instagram, she explained her decision, saying it was a complex situation, and she didn’t want to hurt anyone.
Many people are still upset with her, but some think she made the right choice.
Some suggest that to truly make amends, she could donate to the strike funds or pay her writers and staff, as she can afford to do so.
Apologies are good, but taking concrete actions to make things right is even better.
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