Lili Reinhart Has Apologized for That Controversial Halloween Tweet

"I can see how it was interpreted as being insensitive, completely."

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Riverdale star Lili Reinhart has apologized for a questionable Halloween tweet that many of her fans have deemed racist. As you can see in the post below, Reinhart tweeted that she "found her Halloween costume" along with a photo of a girl painted in all-black. Fans were quick to point out that image, meant to be a joke about the color of Reinhart's soul, could easily be considered blackface.

Reinhart apologized, writing, "Never meant any harm. I can see how it could've been misinterpreted."

She also said, "I did not mean for my tweet to come off that way. I can see how it was interpreted as being insensitive, completely. I saw the pic on a Halloween Instagram and didn't think it would be interpreted as being racially insensitive."

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As a reminder, here are some Halloween best practices for everyone to follow:

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