On Tuesday, department store H&M issued a lengthy apology for a children's hoodie that sparked controversy for its alleged racial implications. Those who seemingly exude outrage for a living were disturbed that a young Kenyan boy was modeling the sweater, which read "coolest monkey in the jungle," on the store's site.

But the young model's mother, Terry Mango, feels like the rest of us stable people about the image: the outrage is absurd and "unnecessary."

"Get over it," Mango — who is originally from Kenya, according to her personal Facebook page — put it bluntly.

Reacting to the overblown "incident," Mango, who resides in Stockholm, Sweden, expressed her position via Facebook comments.

"Am the mum and this is one of hundreds of outfits my son has modelled," she wrote. "Stop crying wolf all the time, unnecessary issue here ... get over it."

"If I bought that jumper and put it on him and posted it on my pages, would that make me racist?" she asked.

The mother added that everyone was entitled to such opinions, but they are "not mine."

"I get pples [sic] opinion, but they are not mine," Mango wrote. "Everyone is entitled to their opinion about this ... I really don’t understand but not coz am choosing not to but because it’s not my way of thinking, sorry."

H&M, on the other hand, was quick to issue a mea culpa​ for their unintentional wronging of the social justice war-waging Left.

"We’re deeply sorry that the picture was taken, and we also regret the actual print," reads a statement posted on Tuesday. "Therefore, we’ve not only removed the image from our channels, but also the garment from our product offering."

"It’s obvious that our routines haven’t been followed properly. This is without any doubt. We’ll thoroughly investigate why this happened to prevent this type of mistake from happening again," it continued.

Singer The Weeknd and hoop star LeBron James were some of the big-name celebs triggered by the image of the little boy, taking to their massive social media followings to blast the company, painting H&M as malicious and racist.

The Weeknd even announced that he'd be cutting ties with the company over the image.

H&M pulled the image from their site and is no longer selling the clothing item.