Levi Johnston has made a public apology to "the Palin family in general and to Sarah Palin in particular..." for youthful indiscretions that include â€œsaying things about the Palins that were not completely true.â€Â While he wasnâ€™t specific about which statements were fictitious, he states that since the statements were made publicly, an apology should be public as well.
The apology, made exclusively in People magazine, is part of an effort to bridge the gap between him and baby mama, Bristol and her family. As previously stated, I think he and Bristol are back together and shacking up in Anchorage and this is further evidence. What else is he going to do? His attempts at stardom peaked at hanging out with Kathy Griffin and a Playgirl spread, so there really isnâ€™t anywhere else for him to go but back home with his tail tucked between his legs.
Speaking of between his legs, perhaps if Ricky Hollywood (that's what Sarah calls him) had given us a better idea of what he was working with then he would have gotten further in his acting career. After all, he is famous simply for getting Bristol, Palinâ€™s teenage daughter pregnant, so doesn't it make sense to show us the equipment used during the process since your stark naked anyway? I'm just saying...
Bristol has managed to use the situation to her advantage, publicly preaching abstinence and playing a teenage mom on ABC Family's The Secret Life of the American Teenager. As far as Iâ€™m concerned, both of them are looking for 15-minutes, she just found an easily digestible method and talking about her sex life on Tyra as Levi did isnâ€™t one of them.
Levi and Bristol broke up last year and Levi blames his anger over the breakup for his loose lips and . Now, he and Bristol are co-parenting (is that what weâ€™re calling it now?) their sun Tripp and trying to establish a mature and healthy relationship. Bristol added her own statement saying, "Part of co-parenting is creating healthy and honest relationships between the parents. Tripp one day needs to know the truth and needs to know that even if a mistake is made the honorable thing to do is to own up to it."
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