Pro golfer Tiger Woods made a public statement Friday morning regarding his affairs.
It was the first time he made public comments about the scandal that surrounded him since that infamous car wreck in November that lead to revelations of multiple affairs.
Everyone was weighing in on whether they thought it was a smart idea for Tiger to publicly apologize.
But CNN news contributor Roland Martin summed it up best when he gave his outlook on the Tiger Woods situation.
I happen to agree with Martin’s assessment. Martin’s comment is posted below. If you want to watch Woods’ apology the video clip is posted at the bottom.
“Tiger, you don’t owe me or anyone else anything. I’m sick of these sanctimonious folks who are blabbering about Woods needing to be grilled about his private behavior. Look, Tiger Woods didn’t cheat on me. He’s not my daddy, brother, cousin, church member, neighbor or friend. He didn’t let me down or crush my view of him. He is not and never was my role model. The only people he owes a grand apology are his wife, momma, family, maybe his friends, and his children, when they come of age. He doesn’t have to work hard for me to trust him again. The most important audience he has to satisfy is a very small group of people.”