The Drag Race host who came under fire a couple of days ago saying that his show is not a perfect place for transgender women on post-transition stage and later added that it would be the same as to allow an athlete who uses doping to be allowed to compete at Olympics. But condemning he faced from former RuPaul Drag Race stars Courtney Act and Monica Beverly Hillz forced the Emmy winner to take his words back. “Each morning I pray to set aside everything I THINK I know, so I may have an open mind and a new experience. I understand and regret the hurt I have caused. The trans community are heroes of our shared LGBTQ movement. You are my teachers,” Ru apologized via Twitter.