Kanye West: Banks condemns a “dangerous” musician after anti-Semitic remarks

Singer Banks has slammed Kanye West for his recent anti-Semitic remarks.

On Saturday, Oct. 22, an anti-Semitic and white supremacist group hung a banner above a Los Angeles freeway expressing support for West, after the donda The artist has shared anti-Semitic comments and conspiracy theories on social media and in recent interviews.

The banner, which read “Kanye is right about the Jews,” was reportedly hung above Interstate 405 by the Goyim Defense League. According to the Anti-Defamation League, the organization includes a loose network of anti-Semitic conspiracy theorists.

Photographs also show people performing Nazi salutes next to the banner.

On Twitter, Banks retweeted an article reporting on the banner, along with the message: “So devastating. Damn Kanye West.

“It’s so dangerous what he’s doing.”

West’s recent comments saw fashion brand Balenciaga sever ties with him, just weeks after Balenciaga’s Paris Fashion Week show opened.

fashion magazine vogue also reportedly indicated that he would no longer work with West.

On October 19, Piers Morgan asked West in an interview if he regretted writing that he would go “death con 3 on Jewish people”.

“No, absolutely not,” he replied. “I fought fire with fire. I’m not here to get wet. »

An anti-Semitic group unfurled a banner over a Los Angeles freeway on Oct. 22 in support of Kanye West’s anti-Semitic slurs.

(Anti-Defamation League)

However, he later added that he was “sorry for the people I hurt” and the “confusion I caused”.

“I will say, I’m sorry for the people I hurt with the Defcon… the confusion I caused. I feel like I caused pain and confusion and I’m sorry for the families that have nothing to do with the trauma I went through,” he said.

“Hurt people hurt people – and I’ve been hurt.”

Having perpetuated many anti-Semitic stereotypes, West also recently claimed that he “doesn’t believe” in the term anti-Semitism.