Jamie Lee Curtis has accused Kanye West of “inciting violence”. The interpreter of ‘Stronger’ has generated outrage with an anti-Semitic post on Twitter and although it has already been deleted and he has been blocked from the platform, a series of stars have spoken to condemn the Yeezy designer.
The artist, who had not tweeted since November 2020, had returned to this social network this weekend after also was suspended on Instagram after suggesting that rapper Sean Combs, better known as Diddy, had been controlled by Jews.
The Grammy nominee had threatened Jews and noted: “You have played me and tried to exclude anyone who opposes your agenda.”
The rapper also he pointed out that he cannot be anti-Semitic “because black people are in fact also Jewish.”
In response, the ‘Halloween Kills’ star posted: “Judaism’s holiest day was last week. Words matter. A threat against the Jewish people once ended in genocide. Your words hurt and incite violence. You are a father. Please stop.”
For his part, heThe social network has confirmed to several US media that it has blocked West’s account for a time that has not been disclosed as it is considered that it has violated its use policies.
The comments of Kim Kardashian’s ex-husband were heavily criticized by numerous users, including political leaders, international stars and the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), an influential organization that combats anti-Semitism.
Former ‘The View’ co-host Meghan McCain called Kanye ‘garbage’ and insisted that anti-Semitism is “an existential threat to American life.”
For his part, the actor and cothrough Michael Rapaport called the rapper “disgusting” and regretted defending Kanye when Kim was dating Pete Davidson.