Fifth Harmony
(L-R) Recording artists Dinah Jane Hansen, Lauren Jauregui, Normani Hamilton, Ally Brooke and Camila Cabello of musical group Fifth Harmony at the 2016 American Music Awards in Los Angeles, Nov. 20, 2016. Reuters

Fifth Harmony singer Lauren Jauregui took to Twitter Thursday to apologize to fans after she missed a concert in Saõ Paulo, Brazil. She wrote the memo in Portuguese, the country’s national language.

She promised to make it up to her adoring followers. “My dear Brazilian harmonizers, I'm sorry I couldn't see you all. I didn't get on the plane on time and because of this I had to go to Atlanta,” the message reads in English. “I promise you I'm going to do everything for you because I love each of you with all my heart. I'm sorry.” The post was liked more than 43,000 times by her 2.49 million followers.

Jauregui, 20, was not able to go to the concert because she was stopped by a TDA agent at Washington Dulles International Airport Tuesday. Marijuana was found in the carry-on luggage. Even though it was erroneously reported she was arrested, Jauregui was given a citation.

Her lawyer, Dina LaPolt, cleared up the misunderstanding. “Lauren Jauregui was not arrested and detained as reported, but simply given a citation for possession of marijuana and released on her own recognizance,” the attorney told E! Online Wednesday. “She will address the matter appropriately through the legal system. This will not interfere with any future scheduled performances or activities.”

Jauregui shared the statement on her Twitter page. She added the hashtags “sensationalized media” and “Aleppo deserves this news coverage.”

Hours before she was given the citation, Jauregui tweeted a Daily Beast article about women in Aleppo committing suicide so they would not be raped. “Read what I just retweeted,” she said. “READ about the people who have been labeled terrorists… what they're enduring while we eat our daily bread.” Her post was liked more than 37,000 times.

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