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Kanye West’s Anti-Semitism Scandal Receive First Public Acknowledgement from Khloe Kardashian


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Khloe Kardashian as the first member of her family to openly mention Kanye West’s anti-Semitism incident. The 51-year-old Jessica Seinfeld, wife of Jerry Seinfeld, issued a statement that he supports his Jewish friends and the Jewish people, which the 38-year-old retweeted.

Her tweet followed the Saturday hanging of banners proclaiming “Kanye is correct about the Jews” from a motorway in Los Angeles. The Goyim Defense League, an organization that propagates anti-Semitic conspiracy theories, was spotted gathered around the placards and was seen saluting the Nazi anthem at passing cars while wearing hats and masks.

Khloe was one of several well-known people to share and react on Jessica’s tweet. Khloe’s sister Kim, who was married to Kanye from 2014 to 2022, has been mute on the rapper’s anti-Semitism tempest. Jennifer Aniston, Julianne Moore, Amy Schumer, and others also posted a photo of the Los Angeles neo-Nazi protesters being superimposed above a gathering of people praising Adolf Hitler.

The caption said “The neo-Nazis are making a Nazi salute, a welcome gesture employed during the Holocaust to signify devotion to Adolf Hitler.”

“Lemme guess: Still not time to get terrified,” Sarah Silverman captioned a photo she posted from the motorway, while the actress Florence Pugh called it “absolutely horrible.”

It happens after an upset Boy George called Kim’s quiet on Kanye’s anti-Semitic remarks “appalling.”

The Culture Club singer, at age of 61, said in a video on Instagram the she is sort of outraged that not many musicians have come out and spoken against what he’s saying. She also urged people to speak out against the rapper.

Kim Kardashian has children with Kanye, so as a mother she must realize how terrible and demoralizing it must be for young Jewish children to hear these f****** words. She is shocked that Kim Kardashian hasn’t spoken out and put her voice to this issue.

In light of the years of bigotry she have endured as a homosexual man, she say, The notion of doing that to someone else based on their ethnicity, color, sexual orientation, or gender is just f****** terrible to her, and it should be appalling to you.