This Musical Interpretation of Louis C.K.'s Sexual Misconduct Apology Highlights Just How Bad It Really Was

BY Josiah HughesPublished Nov 22, 2017

Louis C.K. was one of many Hollywood movers and shakers to face the music for their sexual misconduct this year after the New York Times detailed numerous times he masturbated in front of women without their consent. The comedian admitted that the allegations were true in a strange apology that didn't include the word "sorry" but did emphasize how admired C.K. was.

To highlight just how absurd the whole statement was, filmmaker Lauren Maul has turned it into a ridiculous song, complete with a playful music video. Naturally, the whole thing is called "The Louis C.K. Apology... Set to Music."

Lest you think she's making light of the situation, however, one thing is abundantly clear — the project demonstrates just how narcissistic C.K.'s so-called apology really was. It's a poignant and ridiculously entertaining work.

As IndieWire points out, the song will appear on Maul's forthcoming release Apologies from Men: The Album. Watch the video below.

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