Malcolm Bivens is sorry.
On Thursday, Dakota Kai posted a video where she performed the #BussItChallenge, which is the latest viral trend that sees participants checking their reflection and telling their best friend, "Girl, I think my butt is big" before "bussing it."
Before Dakota got to "bussing it," Malcolm Bivens intervened and had people sit with him to watch Scooby Doo! WrestleMania Mystery.
Sadly, due to copyright laws, Bivens could not show the entire film on social media. And fans were not pleased as a result.
Also, people seemed upset at only getting half of the #BussItChallenge from Dakota.
Bivens issued the following statement on the matter:
I would like to issue an apology for the #BussItChallenge tweet. I am humbled by this experience. To be quite honest, I had no idea why everyone was angry. I didn't realize so many of you were so damn thirsty. I've never simped on this app a day in my life. Don't bother searching. Even if I had those tweets, they are long gone. Please accept this as a make good.
Will this apology be enough for those without water?
Find out on Scooby Doo! #BussItChallenge And The Mystery Of Social Media Thirst.