It's actually a really interesting read (although I don't think he has much to apologize for), but it gives credence to those who said things changed with him once his name got caught up in the Anthony Davis trade drama and he was bothered by it.
ďAnd I had to get off of Instagram, I had to get off of Facebook, I had to get off of Twitter. I had to get off of those things to disconnect myself to focus on me, rather than getting information and validation from everyone else. So, once that started to progress, then I had a lot to fight back about. I was just sick of it after a while. Iím a human being who happens to be a hooper. This is the responsibility that I have. Iím done complaining about it. I have feelings about it, but Iím not going keep badgering the media, keep badgering other people, keep badgering this or that. Itís about moving forward and keeping my sanctuary as safe as possible. As long as I go out there and handle my business, I donít have anything else to worry about."