It isn’t the worst, but it isn’t anywhere near good.
As Nesrie mentioned, he apologized for what he was caught for. He apologized for the he words, as though the words were the problem, and not the sentiment behind it, or the way it made people feel. He also says his remarks were insensitive, and says that he has encountered racism, but doesn’t explicitly connect them that his comments were racist.
He says he was trying to be edgy, but then says he has no idea people might have taken offense. If there’s no risk of offense, how was it being provocative?
He also calls out the people he works with…which is on its face a nice gesture, but also reads as a random note. “Hey, there’s other people who work here. Punish me, and you punish them too!”
Generally, a lot of apologies to the void. Sweeping general statements about offense and regret, without owning up to his role in the specifics.