Netflix’s “Love Is Blind” Stars Micah and Irina are finally speaking out about their actions during Season 4 and they want fans to know that they’re very sorry about what was shown on TV!
EW spoke with both women ahead of the season and got a few words out of them.
“For us, it was really helpful to have a little sense of normalcy. Being able to laugh and make light and make jokes and, well, maybe sometimes the jokes didn’t land or maybe it didn’t look the best, but we needed that in that moment to feel like a normal person. Because you’re a part of this experience that is so beyond words. To be able to make a little bit of light out of such a hard thing was really helpful.
Irina and I are both in our mid-twenties. We’re just doing the best we can do. We just have to grow up from our mistakes.”
“Me and Micah’s coping mechanism was laughing about it. And I honestly will say on the record, 100 percent, I did not intentionally ever want to hurt anyone. [Hearing] that I hurt people’s feelings genuinely breaks my heart.
I know there probably have to be some bridges that I’ll have to mend and conversations I’ll have to have, that I want to have. But I think, for me, in the experience I was kind of zoned out and in my own thing of how I’m feeling, and I didn’t really realize how that could affect other people. With Micah, we were laughing because, yes, it was very serious and it was very intense and it was very hard, so I don’t want to brush it off and say that we weren’t taking it seriously. It’s just more our perspective, that’s how we coped about it; we laughed and made the best out of it. We didn’t intend to be mean or intentionally hurt anybody at all. That does honestly hurt me, hearing that, and I hope I can have some conversations to fix that later.”
We can honestly say that a lot of people use laughter as coping mechanism and maybe they weren’t being intentionally spiteful. We love that they’re apologizing for how they came off.
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