Khloe Kardashian, Kendall Jenner Show Support for Jewish Community After Kanye’s Antisemitic Comments

The Kardashians are breaking their silence on Kanye West comments against like many companies continue to break relations with increasingly unpredictable rappers.

On Monday morning, Khloe kardashian and Kendall Jenner each took to their Instagram Story to share the following written message: “I support my Jewish friends and the Jewish people.”

The posts come weeks after Kim Kardashian’s sister’s ex-husband caused controversy with his “White Lives Matter” t-shirt at Paris Fashion Week. In the days since, he has posted a threat to the entire Jewish community on his Twitter feed and doubled down on his dissenting remarks in television interviews.

Kim, who shares four children with West, notably fell apart during the ordeal. On Saturday, British singer Boy George, a longtime supporter of Israel, said he was “terrified” that Kim is one of a number of celebrities who do not openly condemn the language of the West.

The alarming statements of the West have led Balenciaga announced the termination of cooperation with the fashion mogul on Friday. Meanwhile, Adidas said its influential and lucrative Yeezy partnership with West is currently “under review”. Spokesperson for Vogue The magazine and editor-in-chief Anna Wintour will no longer work with West, who appeared on the magazine cover with Kim in 2014 and has been a regular at the Met Gala for more than a decade.

Meanwhile, West – who now prefers to follow Ye – pursued Candace Owens and Notice of tender to buy Parlerconservative social media app run by George Farmer, husband of Owens.

The statement shared by Khloe and Kendall on Instagram appears to originate from a post by Jessica Seinfeld, cookbook author and the wife of comedian Jerry Seinfeld. Seinfeld’s original post was also shared by Amy Schumer, a friends of the Kardashian familyon Sunday morning.

“If you don’t know what to post. Let’s start with this, “Schumer note hers. “Do you know what the Jewish community fears this will lead to? 1 in 2 people don’t know the Holocaust happened.”


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