Kanye West apologizes to Jewish community for his antisemitism rant


Kanye West apologized to the Jewish community on early Tuesday for his “unintended” rants on antisemitism “outbursts.”

The ‘Gold Digger’ rapper shared the message, written in Hebrew, on Instagram during the final hours of Christmas Day.

“I sincerely apologize to the Jewish community for any unintended outburst caused by my words or actions, it was not my intention to hurt or disrespect, and I deeply regret any pain I may have caused,” read Kanye’s message, translated from Hebrew.


The rapper concluded his apology by saying his “forgiveness” is important to him and he is “committed to making amends and promoting unity.” He also added that is committed towards to learn from this experience and ensure greater sensitivity and understanding in the future.

The Yeezy designer’s act of atonement were followed by his latest antisemitic tirade in Las Vegas earlier this month wherein he ranted and raved about Jesus Christ, Donald Trump, and Adolf Hitler.

Earlier this month, the ‘Jesus Walks’ rapper also allowed a glimpse of his upcoming music album, which includes more antisemitism messaging.