April 13, 2024

Kim Kardashian and Her Family Express Support for the Jewish Community Amid Kanye West’s Antisemitism

“If you don’t know what to say, you can just say this in your feed,” Seinfeld wrote in the post’s caption.

Earlier this month West shared and (after receiving backlash) deleted antisemitic comments that are too alarming and disturbing to repeat. Over the weekend, a group encouraged by West’s comments appeared at a Los Angeles overpass to show their support of his antisemitic statements.

There has also been a recent distribution of antisemitic fliers in the area, including fliers that blame gun control measures on Jewish people.

“On Saturday, demonstrators gave Nazi salutes as they stood behind a large overpass banner that read, ‘Kanye is right about the Jews,’ according to images collected by anti-discrimination organisations and Jewish residents appalled by the group’s message,” the Los Angeles Times reported.

Here’s an image of the banner, via Malynda Hale on Twitter:

On Sunday, Kim Kardashian closed out her 42nd birthday weekend with a long dinner with Ivanka Trump in Beverly Hills. A source from inside the restaurant they dined at told TMZ that the women discussed how to handle a family member who says things you disagree with, in what was likely a discussion about West’s antisemitism.

Trump converted to Judaism when she married her husband, Jared Kushner, in 2009.

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