'Don't pull me in that': Kanye West blasts journalist on Israel-Palestine conflict question

Kanye West who came under the scanner over his antisemitic remarks last year has been facing multiple controversies mostly due to his anti-jews comments.

'Don't pull me in that': Kanye West blasts journalist on Israel-Palestine conflict question -

Grammy award-winning American rapper Kanye West recently slammed a journalist for asking him about the ongoing Israel-Palestine conflict. Kanye West who came under the scanner over his antisemitic remarks last year has been facing multiple controversies mostly due to his anti-jews comments. Therefore, Kanye West's reaction on Israel-Palestine was expected to be something else, but the rapper slammed the reporter for asking him such a question. 

 

Kanye West reaction to Israel-Palestine video is not going viral on X. With almost half a million views, Kanye West on Israel-Palestine is getting multiple reactions as well. In the video, Kanye was heard saying, "I don't have much information on that. I was born in Chicago, Atlanta. I don't have information but I have love for everybody. Don't pull me into that conversation. I have 14 kids dying every day in my city. So, talk to me about that." 

 

Reacting to West's video, a user wrote, "That’s a damn good answer, really. Kids dying in his city he finds more relevant than what’s going on over there. Good response IMO"

 

Another user wrote, "Why do 'journalists' always feel the need to ask people their opinion this?  Just for more clicks?"

 

One more user wrote, "It’s been awhile since he answered something well."

 

Last year in December, Kanye West apologised to 'the Jewish community' for a series of antisemitic remarks he made in 2022. In a statement posted in Hebrew on his Instagram account, Kanye wrote (as translated by Google),"I sincerely apologise to the Jewish community … It was not my intention to hurt or demean, and I deeply regret any pain I may have caused. I am committed to starting with myself and learning from this experience to ensure greater sensitivity and understanding in the future. Your forgiveness is important to me, and I am committed to making amends and promoting unity."

 

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