Oklahoma linebacker Eric Striker made a followup video Monday morning to the expletive-laced Snapchat he posted Sunday night in response to the circulation of a video showing Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity members participating in a racist chant.
The new video, which was posted to OU defensive end Charles Tapper's twitter, shows Striker apologizing for his language in the Snapchat, but not for his message.
"I'm not apologizing about how I feel," Striker said in the video. "I'm hurt. My heart is hurting. But I do apologize for the curse words."
Eric Striker meant no harm by the snap chat.. He was angry and spoke off emotions and he is sorry for the cussing. pic.twitter.com/iKKuiz6lFt— Charles Tapper (@Takeflightchuck) March 9, 2015
Please don't judge my brother Eric Striker by that emotional snapchat. He truly meant no harm by it!— Charles Tapper (@Takeflightchuck) March 9, 2015
We truly appreciate all the supporter!! Thank you 💯— Charles Tapper (@Takeflightchuck) March 9, 2015