Colleen Ballinger’s apology video has been deemed a disastrous attempt at expressing remorse. Representatives for Ballinger, known for her satirical character Miranda Sings, deny allegations that she filed copyright infringement claims on reaction videos to her apology song. The song attempts to address allegations of inappropriate relationships with teenage fans but only dismisses them as misinformation. Accusations against Ballinger include sending unsolicited nudes, using underage fans for emotional support, and exploiting and humiliating minors during live shows. Despite her claims, the apology video has only made matters worse. Ballinger gained fame through her YouTube channel, where she portrayed Miranda Sings, a character known for offensive jokes and stereotypes. In addition to her online content, Ballinger performed live shows and collaborated with popular kids’ creators. However, her national tour was canceled in light of the allegations. The initial wave of accusations involved a former social media intern who claimed that Ballinger fostered inappropriate relationships and abused her power as a creator. Later, another former fan accused her of taking advantage of fans’ labor and engaging in bullying behavior. Ballinger’s response video failed to address the allegations effectively, further damaging her reputation.