A video posted to her Instagram on Tuesday shows Rodriguez doing her hair while The Fugees song "Ready or Not" plays in the background.
Jane the Virgin star rape "I can do what you do … believe me. She later deleted the video, but not before people recorded it and shared it widely on social media.
After violent criticism, she posted another video.
"I just wanted to reach out and apologize. I'm sorry," she said. "I'm sorry if I offended someone by singing along with The Fugees on a song I love that I grew up on. I love Lauryn Hill. And I'm really sorry if I offended you."
There was more reaction from people who said that the apology did not sound sincere. Hours later, she posted a follow-up apology early Wednesday on Instagram. "In the song and in real life, the words I spoke should not have been spoken," she said in the long message. "I was singing senselessly along with the lyrics of a favorite song, and even worse, I was publishing it. The word I sang carries with it a legacy of pain and pain that I can't even imagine. … I have serious training and growing up to