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Odell Beckham Jr. Lena Dunham

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Despite some pretty harsh accusations made against him, Odell Beckham Jr. isn't spreading any hate when it comes to Lena Dunham.

In a recent Q&A with Amy Schumer for her Lenny Letter, the Girls star claimed the New York Giants football player looked at her like she was "not the shape of a woman by his standards" at the 2016 Met Gala, despite never having actually spoken to him.

But OBJ didn't let that shake him.

"I don't have enough information to really speak on it," he told Complex at a private party for GQ on Tuesday night. "We'll see what happens from there. I never want any problems with anybody in this world." 

In case you missed it, Dunham chatted with Schumer about their experience at the Met Gala earlier this year during which OBJ became a topic of conversation.

Dunham relayed how the NFL player was at her table, and he seemed "confused" by her. 

"...It was so amazing because it was like he looked at me and he determined I was not the shape of a woman by his standards. He was like, 'That's a marshmallow. That's a child. That's a dog.' It wasn't mean—he just seemed confused."

She continued, "The vibe was very much like, 'Do I want to f--k it? Is it wearing a … yep, it's wearing a tuxedo. I'm going to go back to my cell phone,'" Dunham added, imagining OBJ's reaction to her appearance.

Lena Dunham, MET Gala 2016, Arrivals

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Needless to say, the conversation led to tons of backlash, and Dunham quickly issued an apology.

"I owe Odell Beckam Jr an apology. Despite my moments of bravado, I struggle at industry events (and in life) with the sense that I don't rep a certain standard of beauty and so when I show up to the Met Ball surrounded by models and swan-like actresses it's hard not to feel like a sack of flaming garbage."

She continued, "This felt especially intense with a handsome athlete as my dinner companion and a bunch of women I was sure he'd rather be seated with. But I went ahead and projected these insecurities and made totally narcissistic assumptions about what he was thinking, then presented those assumptions as facts."

She concluded, "But most importantly, I would never intentionally contribute to a long and often violent history of the over-sexualization of black male bodies- as well as false accusations by white women towards black men," the star admitted. "I'm so sorry, particularly to OBJ."