I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here was rocked by controversy earlier this season, when YouTuber Jack Maynard was booted off the show for a series of tweets he posted a number of years ago.
It seems that if you're famous on the internet, it might be a good idea to go back and erase all ONLINE evidence of your problematic teenhood, because if Jack's experience is anything to go by, IT will probably be dragged into the present.
The tweets were seen as racist and homophobic as they contained both the N-word and the word fa****.
Since entering the show, naked photos of the YouTuber, who has over 1.2 million YouTube subscribers, were also leaked online.
Maynard already created an entire YouTube video apologising for the tweets, which has almost 3 million views, but he has since taken to Twitter to expand on the issue further.
'I have taken some time to reflect on the comments, tweets and ultimately my behaviour in the past, including a tweet sent in 2011 that is the subject of a story today,' he said on the social media site.
(1/4) I have taken some time to reflect on the comments, tweets and ultimately my behaviour in the past, including a tweet sent in 2011 that is the subject of a story today…
— Jack Maynard (@Jack_Maynard23) November 28, 2017
'I was young, naive and stupid – but as I said previously, age is no excuse.'
'My immaturity meant that I didn't stop for a second to think whether these comments would hurt or harm anyone – something I have learnt is entirely wrong.'
'If I had just thought for a moment, about how stupid they were, I would never have sent them.'
'Nothing can justify the language I used, there is no defence – I am truly sorry.'
'My childish attitude back then is not a representation of my thoughts and feelings now. I take full responsibility and regret my mistakes.'
'As an adult, I understand the effect my words have on people, whether I have a big or small platform to speak from. Again, I am so sorry to anyone I have offended or disappointed.'
Fans and followers are still divided when it comes to accepting Jack's apology. Check out his video below to decide for yourself: