“Fox NFL Sunday” host Terry Bradshaw has apologized for making an “insensitive comment” about Ken Jeong.

The previous American soccer quarterback was showing at Fox’s upfront presentation in New York Monday when he made the feedback.

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Bradshaw had been speaking about being eradicated from “The Masked Singer” when he talked about “Alan Thicke [he meant Robin Thicke] and the little brief man from Japan.”

Actor-comedian Jeong is American of South Korean descent.

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Bradshaw has since launched a press release to apologize for his “offensive” language.

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He stated, in response to Selection: “I made an insensitive comment right this moment about Ken, who I’ve recognized for a while. I’ve spoken to him in regards to the significance of cultural respect and apologized for my offensive feedback.”

“I want to additionally apologize to the Asian-American group for my insensitivity.”

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Jeong additionally appeared at Fox’s upfront presentation, however made no point out of the feedback.

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