Howard Stern slams Kanye West’s anti-Semitic comments, compares him to Hitler

Howard Stern slams Kanye West’s anti-Semitic comments, compares him to Hitler

October 20, 2022

More On:

howard stern

Germaphobe Howard Stern leaves ‘bunker’ to dine with pals for first time since 2020

Jon Hamm calls out Erika Jayne over earrings drama: ‘They were never yours’

Howard Stern thinks Pete Davidson should date Emily Ratajkowski next

Howard Stern slams ‘annoying’ US coverage of Queen’s death: ‘Enough!’

Howard Stern slammed Kanye West after the designer doubled down on his anti-Semitic remarks, saying he is “absolutely not” sorry for making them.

“You gotta hear the s—t this guy’s into,” the radio show host said during his SiriusXM show on Wednesday. “Kanye used to be fun crazy. Now he’s like Hitler.”

“I’m really tired of people excusing his behavior by saying ‘Well he’s just mentally ill’.”

Stern — who grew up Jewish — also criticized West’s claims that “the Jewish media” have stopped giving him coverage, saying, “If a newspaper article doesn’t point out the fact that you’re some sort of designer or genius, maybe that’s not because they’re Jewish, but maybe because they just don’t put that much thought into who the f–k you are and what your business is.”

West, 45, got into hot water last week when he vowed to go “death con 3 On JEWISH PEOPLE” in a since-deleted tweet.

When asked about his disturbing post in an interview with Piers Morgan, the “Heartless” rapper revealed that he knew his comments were racist — yet he still stood by them.

“Are you sorry you said it?” Morgan, 57, asked, to which the rapper quipped, “No. Absolutely not.”

The British broadcaster went on to say West “should” be sorry for his racist remarks that were “as racist as anything you say you’ve been through and any pain you’ve experienced.” Yet West did not object and instead claimed that was “why” he said it.

“I fought fire with fire. I’m not here to get hosed down. That’s a different type of freedom fighter,” he argued.


Stern says West cannot use his mental illness as a crutch to spread anti-Semitism.

Getty Images For The Rock and Ro


Stern says West cannot use his mental illness as a crutch to spread anti-Semitism.

FilmMagic

How Keanu Reeves surprised Jimmy Fallon for his birthday at LA haunt

View Slideshow

Source: Read Full Article