In Fang's first (sort of) apology video, she said:
In light of everything that's been going on and in light of things that have been happening for centuries before I even understood the context of the video I was making I realised that it wasn't appropriate and honestly the reason people can't find it is because I took it down before it even got on to Twitter.
I've already realised that it was a stupid video which is why it's not up any more. So this isn't even an apology. It's a 'you guys are here late'.
You guys have a right to be upset about that video, I was upset about that video, especially in lieu of everything that's been going on, which is why I took it down. But for people who are just finding it on Twitter, I understand just how harmful that message can be and that is not my intent. That is not the message I want to spread.
She later posted a second video, in which she said unequivocally that she was sorry.
Responding to a TikToker who asked "what the hell was the intent in the first place?", Fang said:
I think at the time I had just wanted to make a point of view that was, not positive, but... I don't want to say it was positive because obviously someone's son dying is not positive, but something with positivity in it.
Once again, that is why I took the video down, once I realised and I educated myself, months ago.
And I know I said I wasn't going to make this an apology video but I really am sorry to anyone who has been hurt by this video that has been resurfacing. That is not how I think or what I represent.
Fang, who is 20 years old, has more than 50,000 followers on TikTok.
She deleted the POV video "6-7 months ago" according to her TikTok bio.