TikTok star Hunter "Echo" Ecimovic is apologizing for crude, drunken ramblings about alleged ex-girlfriend, Millie Bobby Brown.
The popular internet personality — whose channel has a whopping 1.6 million followers — took to social media once again after he found himself drunk and making sexual comments about the Stranger Things star in a problematic livestream.
"It shouldn't have ever happened in the first place, it was a stupid idea on my part," Ecimovic began the video, admitting that he should not have continued to go live as the comments were getting progressively more negative.
"I probably live streamed for two to three hours, and in those two to three hours I was getting more and more drunk."
The TikTok personality said that the negative comments about Brown upset him, and being under the influence caused him to say things that he should have never said on a live stream.
He went on to state that his inclination when he sees comments like that is to "get personal" and to "antagonize" in retaliation "which is stupid," but unfortunately that is how he handled the situation.
"I'm not proud at all of how I spoke. It sounded very immature. It looked horrible on my family, it looked horrible on me, it looked horrible on my friends," said Ecimovic in the two minute apology video.
Though it is meant to be an apology for his behavior, the TikTokker never once mentioned Brown by name, nor did he seek to correct any information or say that any of the sexual comments that he made about them were untrue, including one where he claimed to have "groomed" her to be his girlfriend.
Ecimovic has hinted in the past at having a sexual relationship with Brown when she was only 16 years old and he was 20 years old, but claims, "Everything that I did was completely legal and it was approved by everybody that I was with."
"Mr. Ecimovic’s remarks on social media are not only dishonest but also are irresponsible, offensive and hateful."
"Instead of engaging in a public discourse with him through the press or on social media, we are taking action to ensure that he stops this behavior once and for all."
Ecimovic has yet to comment on any word from Brown's representation.