Kanye West announced on Saturday that he was abandoning his anti-Semitism in an Instagram post that said watching actor Jonah Hill in the movie “21 Jump Street” made him “love Jews again.”
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The rapper, officially known as Ye, has been rocked by anti-Semitic comments over the past few months — his repeated chants of “I love Hitler” — that prompted him to end his collaborations with sportswear giant Adidas and other fashion houses. him. He was also banned from most social networking sites.
“Watching Jonah Hill in 21 Jump Street makes me love Jewish people all over again,” she wrote on her Instagram account.
“No one should turn anger against one or two people into hatred for millions of innocent people,” he continued: “No Christian can be called anti-Semitic knowing that Jesus was a Jew. Thank you Jonah Hill, I love you”.
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“It doesn’t work like that, Kanye. The damage is done. The seeds of hatred you sowed have already sprouted,” one person wrote on Twitter.
The rapper, who has been open about his mental health struggles, was briefly banned from Instagram last year for violating the social network’s harassment policy during his acrimonious divorce from reality TV star Kim Kardashian.
Adidas said earlier this month what to do with its massive Yeezy inventory after ending its partnership with Kanye West last October. Failure to sell clothing and footwear linked to the rapper will result in a loss of 1.2 billion euros in revenue, the group said when announcing results for 2022.
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