Kanye”Ye” West apparently has more hateful anti-Semitic statements in his Arsenal. In The Trouble With KanYe, a new BBC documentary that aired on June 27, Ye’s former business partner Alex Klein detailed alleged surpriseing and unpublished comments. “Kanye was very angry, you know, he said “I feel like I want to hit you” and “you’re like other Jews” – he almost appreciated and appreciated how rude he could be by using these phrases in the hope of hurting me,” Klein revealed in the documentary, according to Deadline.

“I asked him and I said‘ ‘Do you really think the Jews are working together to hold you back? and he said: yes, yes, I do, but it’s not even a statement that I have to take back, because look at all The energy around me right now. I would not be President without this statement.”Alex claimed that the Tirade was due to his decision to sever ties with Kanye, due to his previous anti-Jewish statements and his tirades on social networks. HollywoodLife contacted Kanye’s team, but did not receive an immediate response.

The alleged comments come as no surprise – Ye has had a difficult year of volatility and controversy. In the midst of his annulmente from Ex-wife Kim Kardashian, he publicly attacked his former boyfriend Pete Davidson with browbeat on social media and in a powered video clip. He also publicly attacked Kim and her famous family members via social media for various reasons, including Kim’s apparent decision not to send her four children to her Donda Academy.

After doubling down on saying that he did not contrition the anti-Semitic Tweets shared in October 2022, he was desert by Adidas, followed by Foot Locker, Balenciaga and CAA who severed ties, and GAP ended their partnership with him. A crowd of celebrities also applauded against the hatred. Finally, he stirred up anger with his incendiary “White Lives Matter” shirts during Paris Fashion Week in October.

In March 2023, he surprisingly returned to Instagram with strange comments about Jonah Hill. “Seeing Jonah Hill at 21 Jump Street made me feel like a Jewish people again,” Kanye wrote on a promotional image of the Film in the now-deleted post. “No one should rage against one or two individuals and turn them into hatred against millions of innocent people.”

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