Singer coming to Penn State for Movin’ On backtracks after calling university ‘Sandusky Land’

A singer who will perform at Penn State’s annual Movin’ On music festival Friday criticized the university on her social media accounts, calling the university “Sandusky Land.”

Keisha Jackson, who is a backup singer for rapper Big Boi, wrote on Twitter and Facebook: “Hmm... playing Sandusky Land today (Penn State). Should be interesting.”

Immediately, Jackson was criticized on her Twitter account, and then she took to apologizing — profusely.

“My heartfelt apologies to PSU for the incredibly insensitive statement,” she tweeted. “I'm a mom who had a sensitive moment!”

Then the Twitterverse started applauded her for apologizing.

Jackson deleted her remarks but not before bloggers at Onward State got a screenshot.

Big Boi takes the stage at 8 p.m.