Micah has issued an apology for her “Emotional Immaturity” after receiving backlash from season four of Love Is Blind viewers due to her immature behavior. The resident bad girl of “Love Is Blind” is taking responsibility for her actions.
Micah Lussier, 27, took to social media to apologize for her behavior on season four of the Netflix reality dating show, for which she was branded a villain. Micah wrote on Instagram Stories on March 28: “To the viewers that I’ve wounded, I’m sorry I’ve triggered so many of you with my conduct.”
Seeing that individual appear on film would provoke the same level of anger in me. Micah added, “I have apologized privately to the people that were injured on the show by my hands.” “I would like to issue a formal apology.”
My emotional immaturity was exposed, but I shall develop from this. When the first episodes of Love Are Blind Season 4 premiered on March 24, they annoyed viewers with Micah Lussier and her catty partnership with her closest friend Irina Solomonova.
Particularly controversial was the way Micah and Irina treated another cast member Bliss Poureetezadi, who had developed feelings for Irina’s preferred candidate Zach Goytowski, and the way they laughed at the suffering of the other ladies on the show.
As one Twitter user put it, “Micah and Irina from love is blind season 4 are literally the worst individuals to ever be on the program,” while another said, “If you’re watching Love Is Blind season 4 and don’t immediately despise Micah and Irina…we cannot be friends.”
The Seattle marketing manager, who, spoiler alert, proposed to fiancé Paul Peden in the pods, also responded to rumors that she was hiding from criticism by disabling comments on her Instagram posts. Micah assured his reader that he would activate the devices at the appropriate time.
“As much as I can, I am taking care of my mental health. It’s always been a problem for me, and I’m well aware that I won’t get better if I allow myself to get even more psychologically ill. I’m taking personal responsibility for this and I appreciate your understanding.”