Angelica Panganiban apologizes for ‘disrespectful' Holocaust Memorial OOTD post

PUBLIC APOLOGY. Angelica Panganiban said sorry on Twitter for her 'disrespectful' OOTD post in the middle of the Holocaust Memorial. Photo from Angelica Panganiban's Instagram account

PUBLIC APOLOGY. Angelica Panganiban said sorry on Twitter for her 'disrespectful' OOTD post in the middle of the Holocaust Memorial.

Photo from Angelica Panganiban's Instagram account

MANILA, Philippines – Actress Angelica Panganiban apologized via Twitter on Friday, November 8, over an OOTD photo she took the day before in the middle of the Holocaust Memorial in Berlin, Germany. 

"While there is no malice and intention to malign and disrespect the memories of the Holocaust, I would like to apologize for offending the sensibilities of others over a picture I posted on my story,” she wrote.

While there is no malice and intention to malign and disrepect the memories of the Holocaust, I would like to apologize for offending the sensibilities of others over a picture i posted on my ig story. — Angelica Panganiban (@angelica_114) November 7, 2019

“As I travel, I will be more informed about the history and use this as learning experience to be more conscious on things I post. Again, my sincerest apologies," she added in a separate tweet. 

As I travel, I will be more informed about the history and use this as learning experience to be more conscious on things I post. Again, my sincerest apologies. — Angelica Panganiban (@angelica_114) November 7, 2019

Angelica's Instagram story on Thursday, November 7, showed her posing in the middle of the Holocaust Memorial, clad in an all-black outfit, holding a black umbrella.

Screenshot from Angelica Panganiban's Instagram stories

Her caption wrote, “Kabibili ko nga lang pala ng bansang ito sa OOTD ko. Tabi! Dadaan ang madam!” (By the way, I have just bought this country for my OOTD (outfit of the day.) Step aside! The madame is coming through!) 

The Holocaust Memorial is one of the many cultural spots Angelica visited on her trip around Europe. The historical site pays tribute to the Jews in Europe who were murdered during the Nazi rule in Germany under Adolf Hitler. – Rappler.com