Jennie Nguyen took to Instagram Live and talked about her controversial posts.

The “Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” alum explained the issue, but initially blamed her social media team for possibly sharing the posts.

She said, “I just want you to understand that, during that time, I had a team of people that [were] helping me. Whether they posted [or] I posted, it doesn’t really matter at this point.”

She continued: “For me, it’s on my account and I take full responsibility and accountability for what was posted.”

Nguyen added, “I know I hurt a lot of people. My viewpoint during that time in 2020 was emotional and it brings back a lot of memories during that time when we went through such a tragic, terrible year.”

Nguyen also said she’s “proud to be a Republican” and that she “support my law enforcement.”

The reality TV newbie came under fire for sharing racist posts on Facebook in 2020 about the Black Lives Matter movement.

Nguyen also brought in a friend named Michael during the live chat.

Her pal, who’s Black, said: “Over time, I did have to educate her on the whole Black Lives Matter and everything like that because I’m a gay black man, so I live it every day.”