Miley Cyrus wants to "sincerely apologize" to the hip hop community. The "Mother's Daughter" singer took to the comment section of YouTube on Tuesday to address the "insensitive" remarks she made over two years ago.

In a comment on the YouTube video titled "Miley Cyrus Is My Problematic Fav..Sorry," Cyrus acknowledged the "privilege" she had and still has regarding her one-album stint with the hip-hop genre. Her album "Bangerz" featured production from rap producer Mike Will Made It and after its release in 2013, Cyrus slowly returned to her country roots musically.

Everything was going well for the actress and singer until her interview with Billboard was released. In the 2017 spread, Cyrus said that rappers' lyrics were too obscene and claimed, "I can't listen to that anymore. That's what pushed me out of the rap scene a little."

YouTube user As Told By Kenya uploaded a 27-minute video to the platform last month expressing her "obsession" for Cyrus while also making note that the singer did make mistakes in her past. In the video below, she goes on to share her thoughts on how society, at times, won't allow for people (celebrities) who have done "bad" things to learn, grow and move on from a situation.

Almost two weeks following the upload, Cyrus left a comment on the video from her official YouTube account.

"Just watched your video," Cyrus wrote. "Thank you for giving me this opportunity to speak up. Being silent is not like me at all. I am aware of my platform and have always used it the best way I know how and to shine a light on injustice."

The 26-year-old continued, "I want to start with saying I am sorry. I own the fact that saying ... 'this pushed me out of the hip hop scene a little' was insensitive as it is a privilege to have the ability to dip in and out of 'the scene.'"

Cyrus also acknowledged the "decades of inequality" that members of the hip hop community, majority African-Americans, have faced and admits that she still has "a lot to learn about."

"Silence is apart of the problem and I refuse to be quiet anymore. My words became a divider in a time where togetherness and unity is crucial," the country-pop artist wrote. "I can not change what I said at that time, but I can say I am deeply sorry for the disconnect my words caused."

"Simply said; I [expletive] up and I sincerely apologize. I’m committed to using my voice for healing, change, and standing up for what’s right."

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Miley Cyrus arrives for the 61st Annual Grammy Awards on Feb. 10, 2019, in Los Angeles. Valerie Macon/AFP/Getty Images