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Topic - Mychal Thompson
"He was really disappointed, but I think I was the most upset at myself," Thompson said. "I learned a tremendous amount about myself, just being able to apologize in front of my fans and it was a humbling experience. I'm glad I went through it and fought through it."
"It's understandable. It's humbling," he said. "I just tell them the truth, because if you don't, they're going to find out either way."