While Garrett said he’s not the type to hold grudges, he admitted, “If I could go back, I would have handled things differently like, ‘Hey [Nagakawa] needs to go.’ I didn’t have much power. It was their call, they could have said: We’ve been dealing with Leroy for so long, we love this guy, this shouldn’t have to happen. And I’m looking at it now, like, damn.”
But, he added, “MTV has learned their lesson on that and we can move forward. I don’t hold any ill will towards [Nagakawa] or them because no one is perfect.”
And there Garrett is, once again, setting the example.