Kanye Reportedly Issuing Another Apology To Jewish Community For Previous Antisemitic Remarks In 40-Minute Video Within Coming Weeks
Kanye West’s ‘I’m Sorry’ tour isn’t over just yet.
According to reports, rapper Kanye West has a nearly-hour-long video on the way… and this time, it’s not for a new, hit song.
Kanye West has (allegedly) recorded an apology video to the Jewish community for the slew of viral, antisemitic statements he made over a year ago.
If you didn’t know, the ‘Donda’ lyricist faced loads of backlash and fumbled quite a few brand deals after slandering Jews and accusing them of controlling the media.
From an infamous interview with the podcast ‘Drink Champs,‘ where he claimed the Jewish community had an agenda to oppress Black people, to citing that he was about to go “death con 3 on Jewish people” on X (then Twitter), West’s remarks toward the ethnoreligious group have been disturbing… to say the least.
Additionally, it was said that the 46-year-old “praised” Nazi leader Adolf Hitler, who was known for taking the lives of millions of Jews during the Holocaust, which he later denied.
More recently, West hit the headlines for a rap snippet where he talked about having sexual relations with a Jewish woman (seemingly as an effort to debunk antisemitic claims).
The former Adidas/GAP partner also mentioned the dominance he thinks “Zionists” have over hospitals and schools at an event for his forthcoming album, ‘Vultures.’
“A lot of people have sh*t to say about my Jewish comments, ain’t nobody in this motherf*cking room and none of y’all entertainer n*gg*s ever said nothing when I was praying to see my kids!”
West continued in another part of the clip:
“Who makes the hospitals, though? Who got the hospitals? These are Zionists, n*gg*!”
Kanye West mentions Jay-Z, Drake, Zionists, Hitler, Jesus Christ, Balenciaga, Louis Vuitton and more during a heated rant at his Vultures album event in Las Vegas.
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— XXL Magazine (@XXL) December 15, 2023
Despite his apparent issue with Jewish people, he “sincerely apologized” to the community in a Hebrew-written post on Instagram last month.
“I sincerely apologize to the Jewish community for any ‘unintended outburst’ caused by my words or actions. It was not my intention to hurt or demean, and I deeply regret any pain I may have caused.”
“I am committed to starting with myself and learning from this experience to ensure greater sensitivity and understanding in the future. Your forgiveness is important to me, and I am committed to making amends and promoting unity.”
A camera crew was said to have captured 40 minutes of footage for West’s other pending apology. As for what he’s going to say? That has yet to be revealed, but a source did indicate that he “rambled” a bit.
The video is set to be released before his ‘Vultures’ album drop date in February.
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