Furthermore, Addison said she and The Tonight Show team were discussing the backlash. However, she didn’t disclose who she’s been in communication with or the conversations taking place.

“We’re speaking kinda all about it behind the scenes” she noted, adding, “But it was so much fun. I had so much fun, and I’m very grateful and thankful…It was a great time.”

Additionally, the “Obsessed” singer told the outlet she’d love to work with Black creators in the near future.

“I think ever since the beginning, I’ve been talking with most of them. I definitely want to collab with a lot of them,” she shared. “So, hopefully, once the world opens up, we can all meet up and do something together ’cause it’d be so much fun! And they’re all so talented and I definitely don’t’ do them justice. They’re amazing.”

The same day the internet star spoke out about the incident, she also posted a message that hinted at the backlash.

“today is a new day,” she wrote on Twitter, “choose kindness!! life is short!! tomorrow isn’t promised!!”