National Jewish Organization urges brands to remove Kanye West – Hollywood Life

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Kanye “Ye” West has doubled and even tripled compared to protest tweets and the views he’s been proud to get to know over the past two weeks. Now, StandWithUs, an international pro-Israel and anti-Semitism international non-partisan educational organization, has spoken out against his harmful remarks and is begging brands to work with Kanye Stop having sex with him. “You are spewing dangerous anti-card games that incite hatred and malice towards the Jews,” Roz Rothsteinco-founder and chief executive officer, told HollywoodLife in an EXCLUSIVE statement.

“Companies should not profit from his name because he is hostile. This includes GAP still embarrassingly promoting his YEEZY hoodie,” continued Roz. “Kudos to Balenciaga and CAA for abandoning Ye. Adidas and Gap have yet to respond. Well-intentioned people should steer clear of someone who proudly rebuts this level of abhorrent rhetoric.” GAP’s relationship with Kanye is currently in doubt, as the 45-year-old rapper at issue informed the clothing brand through his attorney that YEEZY LLC is ended their 2 year partnership with them on September 15. Although GAP confirmed that their partnership was disbanding, they have yet to speak out about Kanye’s related remarks about Jews.

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Kanye West shows little remorse over recent attacks on Jews (Image: Broadimage/Shutterstock)

French fashion house Balenciaga cut ties with Kanye on October 21, according to WWD. “Balenciaga no longer has any relationship with nor any plans for future projects involving this artist,” Balenciaga’s parent company, Kering, told WWD in a statement. Furthermore, his former talent agency CAA confirmed they are no longer representing Donda rapper and that his upcoming documentary has been scrapped.

“This morning, after discussions with our filmmakers and distribution partners, we have decided not to continue with any distribution for our recently completed documentary film. we go to Kanye West. We cannot support any content that amplifies his platform,” three MRC studio executives announced on Monday, October 24. Diversity. “Kanye is a music producer and sampler. Last week, he sampled and remixed a classic tune that has been around for more than 3,000 years – the lie that the Jews are evil and conspire to control the world for their own gain. “

The statement from StandWithUs and Kanye’s collaborators severing ties with him came when LA time reports that there has been an increase in anti-disease activity stemming from Kanye’s anti-plague rhetoric. For example, there was a protest on Highway 405 in Los Angeles promoting the hate group, the Goyim Defense League. One person at the rally holds a banner that says “Kanye is right about the Jews”, per Jewish News.

All of these announcements come about two weeks after Kanye yelled about Jews on Twitter and announced that he wants to “kill 3” on anyone with a religious affiliation. He then defended himself by saying “black people are actually Jews [sic]. The tweets were immediately deleted for violating Twitter’s guidelines. He also spewed hatred towards Jews on the October 15 of the episode since it was deleted Drinking Champagne podcast and declared, “Jews have got Black vocals” and that the Jews in the music industry will “milk [Black people] until we die”, according to Independence.

He later doubled down on these claims as he sat down with the controversial British TV presenter Piers Morgan57 years old, last week and said he was “Absolutely not” sorry for saying anything he had against the Jews. He later confirmed that he knew what he said was racist and said that was what prompted him to say it. “So you said it knew it was racist?” Piers asked in shock. “Yes. I fought fire with fire,” father of four children proudly replied. “I didn’t come here to knock. It’s a different kind of freedom struggle. “

He also calls Piers “Karen” for arguing with his point of view. “May God forbid a comment that can make people feel any of the pain my people have been going through for years,” Ye pushed back. Then he added, “It’s not racist… I’ve been in a position where I’ve been hurt and this is how I have the right to express myself.” He then tells Piers that he should follow his lead so he can get richer.

Before this aired, he fought against the backlash he faced when he sat down. Chris Cuomo. “When I wear White Lives Matter T-shirtThe Jewish underground media mafia has started attacking me,” he claimed.

And most recently on October 22, Kanye still proudly backs his claims. “I’m not losing money,” he said TMZ reporter, dealing with his lost partnerships. “The day I left the Balenciaga site, it was one of the most free days.” He also implied that brands are ditching him simply to “scoring points”. Kanye is said to have hired Johnny Depp‘s lawyer Camille Vasquez to monitor his business dealings after the contracts were cancelled, but they reported could not reach an agreement due to his constant attacks on the Jews. In his conversation with TMZKanye also attributed the backlash he received to the Jews.

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Kim Kardashian has hit back at ex-husband Kanye West’s hostile remarks (Image: Shutterstock)

Kanye’s lack of consciousness caused some stars to speak out against himincluding his ex-wife, Kim Kardashian. “Hate speech is never or can be excused” she writes on her Instagram Stories on October 24. “I stand with the Jewish community and call for the terrible violence and hate speech against them to stop immediately.” Kim’s sister, Khloe kardashian, Kendall Jennerand Kylie Jennerall of followed along with many other stars by posting a message that read: “I support my Jewish friends and the Jewish people.”


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