The F1 racing driver has published numerous tweets saying sorry.
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Lewis Hamilton has apologised after posting a relevant video to social networking where he mocked his nephew for putting on an outfit.&nbsp

Within the Instagram video, that has since been deleted, the F1 driver is reported to possess pointed your camera to his nephew who had been putting on a pink and crimson dress and holding a wand.&nbsp

“I am so sad at this time. Take a look at my nephew,” he states, after which proceeds to inquire about the boy, “The reason for putting on a princess dress? Is that this that which you got for Christmas? Why have you request a princess dress for Christmas? Boys don’t put on princess dresses.”

People on Twitter were quick to criticise the publish and described the harmful subtext of Hamilton’s remarks.&nbsp

Imraan Sathar, from the Gay and lesbian and non-binary support group Stay Brave United kingdom, known as for Hamilton to become stripped of his MBE.&nbsp

Liam Hackett, Chief executive officer from the anti-bullying charitable organization Ditch The Label, stated it had been “disappointing to determine somebody with your an enormous platform utilize it to openly shame and try to undermine a young child.”

Hamilton has deleted the recording and written a number of tweets requesting forgiveness:&nbsp

However, many people aren’t convinced through the truthfulness of his words in line with the tweets that Hamilton has loved.&nbsp

Mashable has arrived at to Lewis Hamilton’s representative for comment.&nbsp

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