Kanye West’s Hate Speech Leads to Cancellation of His Episode of “the Shop” with Le Bron James!
Recently, Kanye West appeared on The Shop, a YouTube chat show hosted by basketball player LeBron James and entrepreneur Maverick Carter. In light of Ye’s antisemitic and racial remarks, the hosts have now opted not to air the interview on their channel.
The rapper continued to blurt out his antisemitic remarks and conspiracy ideas after the producers evidently tried to have a fruitful chat with him, so they decided to cancel the program. Continue reading to learn more about the change.
The Shop Producers Pull the Plug on Kanye s Interview
Carter has already issued a statement explaining why they decided to cancel Kanye’s interview due to hate comments. Kanye West and I taped an episode of The Shop yesterday. Kanye had been scheduled for weeks, and after speaking with him directly the day before the recording, he was ready to address all of his previous comments, the actor claimed in the statement.
Carter continued, “Unfortunately, he exploited The Shop to rehash additional hate speech and extremely dangerous stereotypes. Their channel has zero tolerance for hate speech.” We have decided not to broadcast this episode or any of Kanye’s comments.
The Shop welcomes serious discussion and dissenting viewpoints, but we will never permit the promotion of hate on our channels. We have zero tolerance for hate speech of any type. I really regret thinking Kanye desired a different topic of conversation and accept full responsibility for my mistake. He went on to say that hate speech should never be heard.
Fox News Also Deleted Some Clips from Kanye s Interview
Kanye supported Donald Trump last week during an interview on Tucker Carlson Tonight on Fox News.
Deleted video from the interview, in which the 45-year-old artist discussed antisemitism and conspiracies once more, has emerged on Motherboard. The channel didn’t include shocking remarks when airing the interview.
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Ye s Social Media Accounts have been Restricted
In the released tape, Ye claims that Planned Parenthood was founded in order to regulate the Jewish population. he added, “I mean, like actors, professional actors, placed into my house to sexualize my kids,” and that he thought his kids were hanging out with false youngsters. Because he was so much smarter than she was, we didn’t even think that he was her son.
Following several days of the rapper’s contentious comments, Instagram and Twitter opted to block his accounts for disobeying their policies. Ye initially caused a stir by showing up to his Yeezy Fashion Show at the beginning of the month wearing a White Lives Matter t-shirt. Then, on Instagram, he referred to Black Lives Matter as a fraud.
The rapper began calling out every famous person who disagreed with him after a backlash on social media, including Hailey Bieber, Gigi Hadid, Gabriella Karefa-Johnson, The Kardashian Family, Venus, Bernard Arnault, Tremaine Emory, Boosie Badazz, and Puff Diddy.