Jakarta: Indonesia’s World No. 16 Yeremia Rambitan promptly apologized on Wednesday after a video of him talking inappropriate language throughout a TikTok stay went viral a couple of days in the past.
The 22-year-old who received the 2022 Badminton Asia Championships (BAC) with Pramudya Kusumawardana on Might 1, 2022, has issued an apology to everybody who was offended by the inappropriate remarks he made.
“Hello everyone. I, Yeremia, apologize to the Badminton Association of Indonesia (PBSI), the leader of NOC Indonesia, and all Indonesian badminton fans,” PBSI uploaded an apology video from Rambitan to its official social media account.
Lewat akun resmi PBSI, Yeremia sudah menyampaikan permintaan maaf.
Jangan diulangi dan lebih hati-hati ya. Pikirin karir dan partnermu.
Dia potensial, dia berbakat, karirnya baru banget menanjak di level senior. Semoga ini udah cukup jadi efek jera. Accept the consequences. pic.twitter.com/fmUiFBXaiN
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“I regretted my actions. I made a mistake when I was joking with inappropriate words,” added Rambitan.
Rambitan stated he had acquired a warning from PBSI with regard to this matter.
“I was severely reprimanded by my coaches for this, and once again, I would like to apologize to everyone,” continued Rambitan.
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Within the video which landed him in sizzling water, he was heard saying: ” I like you, I would like f*** you.”
When the PBSI Secretary-Basic – Muhammad Fadil Imran was requested by Indonesian media whether or not PBSI would impose some kind of punishment on Rambitan, Imran stated this is able to be a lesson realized not just for Rambitan however for all Indonesian badminton gamers.
“I think getting the warning from PBSI’s Secretary-General was serious enough for him. Moreover, he already received a lot of criticism from the fans. He has assessed the situation and realized he did something wrong,” stated Imran.
“In the future, all national team players should be very careful of how they behave while using the internet. Hopefully, this won’t happen again!” defined Imran.