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Kanye West faces new antisemitic accusations in baffling new documentary

Charisa Bossinakis

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Kanye West faces new antisemitic accusations in baffling new documentary

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Kanye West has faces fresh new antisemitic claims from his former business partner.

Alex Klein, a tech entrepreneur who worked with the rapper who created Ye’s Steam player for his Donda 2 album, made horrifying allegations in a new documentary on the article.

Klein said he was personally accosted by the rapper.

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“Kanye was very angry you know, he was saying ‘I feel like I wanna smack you’ and ‘you’re exactly like the other Jews’ – almost relishing and reveling in how offensive he could be, using these phrases hoping to hurt me,” Klein said in the new BBC documentary The Trouble with KanYe.

Credit: Associated Press / Alamy Stock Photo
Credit: Associated Press / Alamy Stock Photo

“I asked him and I said ‘Do you really think Jews are working together to hold you back?’ and he said ‘Yes, yes I do but it’s not even a statement that I need to take back because look at all the energy around me right now. Without that statement, I wouldn’t become president”.

Klein, who worked with West between 2019 and 2022, added that his antisemitic public statements are a deliberate political strategy.

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“He thinks it’s his manifest destiny, his god-chosen destiny to become president. He used these anti-Jewish statements as part of a political platform and he told me that he was attempting to do what Trump did in a more intense way,” he said.

It’s scary how eerily similar this man is to Trump.

In December, West faced backlash for his antisemitic remarks while appearing on Alex Jones’ InfoWars programme.

While appearing on the controversial conspiracy theorist’s show, the Donda rapper praised Nazism while admitting he sees the ‘good’ in Hitler.

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It all went to hell as Jones said it was unfair for the media to ‘demonize’ West following his anti-semitic remarks.

Just as Jones tried to take back control of the interview by diverting to an ad break, West blurted out: 'I like Hitler' as the screen faded.

He added: "They did good things too, we’ve got to stop dissing the Nazis all the time.

"The Jewish media has made us feel like the Nazis and Hitler have never offered anything of value to the world."

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"I love Jewish people, but I also love Nazis."


Topics: Celebrity, News, Music, Kanye West, Racism

Charisa Bossinakis
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