IRISH singer Sinead O’Connor has written a heartfelt apology to her family for acting like a “total A-hole” over the years.
In one story, the 50-year-old compared herself to her dad Sean, who she remembers chasing a “bad boy” down the road on her brother’s tricycle for kissing her step-sister.
She wrote: “It was funny to see him on the trike…his knees nearly hitting his face. He’s a fighter. Like me. I think I’m the most like him that way of all his kids. We are scrappy.
“He’s very emotional in a good way…he loves poetry and music. He just wants a peaceful life.
“Poor guy. Can you imagine having to have a daughter like me? I’ve been the mythical ‘third child is always trouble’.”
She added: “He’s one of my heroes.”
Yesterday, she wrote: “Last year I did something…unforgivable because I was out of my mind. I insulted very viciously, people I love. My family specifically…
“I want to apologise here for the fact I did such an awful thing. I am nothing but remorseful and it is, as I said, unforgivable.
“Because actually they’re really cool. And it’s me who’s been the total A-Hole. And it really hurt my family, what I did with Facebook.”
In March, American media personality Arsenio Hall dropped a $5million lawsuit against the singer over another Facebook post in which she claimed he gave late singer Prince drugs.