Korbin Albert of USWNT apologizes after Megan Rapinoe calls out anti-LGBTQ social media posts.

PARIS: The U.S. women's national team midfielder Korbin Albert expressed regret on.

Thursday night for liking and sharing what she called "offensive, insensitive, and hurtful" statements on social media.  

The Paris Saint-Germain player, 20, is said to have uploaded anti-LGBTQ+ propaganda on her TikTok account.  

Albert posted a sincere apology on her Instagram story for her behavior on social media. 

"It was immature and disrespectful, and it was never my intention to like and share posts that are rude, inconsiderate, and hurtful.”

Albert posted a video of a Christian sermon in which he condemned being gay and "feeling transgender," according to a number of media sources.  

Albert's apology followed criticism from recently retired American star Megan Rapinoe and came soon after PSG's 3-0 victory against. 

Häcken in the Women's Champions League quarterfinals. Albert scored during the match.  

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