'It's all good': White people accept NASCAR driver's apology after he uses N-word in virtual race
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A NASCAR driver's apology for using the N-word was accepted by white people on Twitter even though the black community appeared to be wary.


NASCAR driver Kyle Larson posted a video apologizing on Monday after he was caught on video using the racial slur.

"Hey, I just wanted to say I'm sorry," Larson told his fans. "I understand the damage is probably unrepairable and I own up to that. But I just want to let you all know how sorry I am."

A number of white fans on Twitter responded by forgiving the driver.

Read some of the tweets below.

'It's all good': White people accept NASCAR driver's apology after he uses N-word in virtual race