DJ Vlad Calls Out Drake & DJ Khaled For Not Addressing ‘Gaza-Israel Conflict’: ‘They Wouldn’t Dare Risk Insulting A Segment Of Their Fanbase’

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DJ Vlad Calls Out Drake & DJ Khaled For Not Addressing ‘Gaza-Israel Conflict’: ‘They Wouldn’t Dare Risk Insulting A Segment Of Their Fanbase’

DJ Vlad wants all the smoke with Drake and DJ Khaled.

The media personality hopped on Instagram on Tuesday (October 10) to call out the rapper and producer for not speaking out about the ongoing conflict between Israel and Palestinian militant groups led by Hamas.

DJ Vlad (real name Vladimir Lyubovny) said,

“Has anyone noticed that the most famous Jewish person on Earth, Drake, and the most famous Palestinian person on Earth, DJ Khaled, haven’t said a single thing about the Gaza-Israel conflict? It’s not like Drake is too busy. He’s been writing paragraphs about Joe Budden hurting his feelings about his new album. DJ Khaled has been working overtime promoting his new Jordan sneakers. But both of them have been silent on this topic. Why is that? It’s because both are so thirsty to maintain their relevance that they wouldn’t dare risk insulting a segment of their fanbase.”

He added,

“Heaven forbid that Drake might debut at #2 behind Taylor Swift because some of his Palestinian fans chose to not stream his album. And it would be the end of the world of Khaled sold a few less sneakers because some Jewish people decided not to buy his Jordans. That’s the difference between artists of today and timeless legends like 2Pac. You know d*mn well Pac would be the first one to speak out about something so close to home.”

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According to the Global Conflict Tracker, conflict erupted earlier this month between Israel and Hamas, the militant group governing Gaza since 2006. Hamas launched rocket attacks on Israel and infiltrated southern Israeli towns, resulting in casualties and hostages. Israel responded swiftly, declaring war on Hamas the following day and launching a complete siege of Gaza.

The Israeli-Palestinian conflict dates back to the late 19th century. In 1947, the United Nations passed Resolution 181, dividing the British Mandate of Palestine into Arab and Jewish states. Israel was established on May 14, 1948, leading to the first Arab-Israeli War. While Israel won, it resulted in the displacement of 750,000 Palestinians and the division of the region into Israel, the West Bank, and Gaza.

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Authored by: S. G.