Sounded like a sincere apology to me with three words being taken out of context - 'oft Misquoted Rosie' . Why focus on three words when the full apology sounded sincere?
Because she's the one who says she is often misquoted. If she wasn't misquoted here, then that fact is completely irrelevant and sounds like she's trying to subtly imply that she might have been here. It's slimy.
Well...if she'd been quoted as having herself said the particular remark rather than quoting what someone else said TO her, then that does count as being misquoted. I'm not taking any sides in this, but there is a difference between originating a remark and repeating it.
If say, "Belinda told me she thinks Annabelle wears too much makeup" and that gets translated to, "Cathy said Annabelle wears too much makeup" - then I have been misquoted.