Courtney Love Apologizes To Daughter On Twitter, Acceptable Or Poor Form?

By Mack Rawden 2012-04-14 23:50:18
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Earlier this week, Courtney Love took to Twitter to bash Dave Grohl and to a lesser extent, her own daughter over rumors the two had hooked up. By the next morning, the Foo Fighters frontman released a statement completely denying anything had ever happened between the two, while Francis Bean Cobain took things a step further and not only shot down her mother’s words but also implored the internet service to ban Love’s account.

Not surprisingly, Twitter didn’t take Cobain up on her offer; so, with continued access to her account, mom did the only rational thing. She reached out and apologized. Love’s account is private, but People was able to get a hold of the Tweet. You can take a look at it below…
Bean, sorry I believed the gossip. Mommy loves you.

Families fight and make up in a variety of different ways. Some scream and hug it out. Others angrily condescend and then joke together. Apparently, Love is partial to Twitter. Unfortunately for her, Cobain doesn’t really seem to feel the same way. She rarely comments publicly about her mother. Thus, one would imagine she’d rather not continue to handle problems in a forum the rest of the world can see.

While it’s definitely a step in the right direction that Love apologized, some will no doubt think it’s kind of poor form she used Twitter instead of calling, texting or speaking to her daughter in person. Still, I’m sure others will think, since the indiscresion happened on Twitter, it’s fair game to apologize there too.

What do you think? Was it poor form for Love to apologize on Twitter? Let us know your thoughts by voting in the poll below…

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