Monday, June 17, 2024

Kanye: More Antisemitism as He Blames Hollywood Agent for Demise, Begs for Help to Relocate Academy Students, Exploits Emmett Till


When Kanye West first went on his bender of antisemitic rants, the first person to criticize him was William Morris Endeavor chief Ari Emanuel. Ari’s brother is former Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel. They are Jewish. Ari, many years ago, was the first Hollywood player to publicly disavow Mel Gibson after his antisemitism scandal.

Now today Kanye is blaming the Emanuels for his problems: not only loss of his income, but the closing of West’s Donda Academy School in the Simi Valley of Los Angeles. He calls out the Emanuels as “business” people– meaning Jews. Kanye is a sick, sick man. He also includes in this Instagram a graphic photo of the late Emmett Till after he was killed. Kanye is conflating everything about racism to reach some kind of unclear point without taking any personal responsibility.

Kanye is also calling the Emanuels and Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg “masa,” which is beyond insulting. What’s more frightening about this is that West is stuck. No one is coming to his aide, or assistance with advice and counsel. And if they are, he’s not listening to them. He’s just hurling insults and making everything much worse. It’s unclear who will reach out, who he’ll accept, or how to get to any point of resolution before he’s destroyed completely. Believe it or not, no one wants to see that. But this descent into madness can’t be tolerated.

Here’s his message to the Emanuels:

Ari Emmanuel:
Can you find a place for the Donda Academy kids to go to school that’s properly zoned for a school?

I got about 60 children that have no place to be as they look to transfer.

They tried to dismantle our basketball team. Those boys are being penalized without reason.
Even professional athletes were threatened by their owners to disassociate.

This is what modern post social media #Blackmirror warfare looks like…the children are not even off limits

– Economic Lynching
– Digital Lynching
– Bankrupting my Social Credit Score

You tried to bankrupt adidas and me at the same time

You tried to destroy my life after all the money I’ve made for the “business” people

At least as I burn to the stake in front of the whole world… // everyone now knows who they need to really be afraid of.

And now eeeeveryone knows how much power you “Business” people actually have.

Forcing Roxie to to sue me for 252 million after I gave her family 2 million

Only a truly powerful “business” person could have thought of that and sent her to do this.

To everyone in the world! // Take me as an example of what will happen if you show any frustration.

Your frustration does not matter!

We declare today the day when no human is allowed to be human.

Please note that I have never physically hurt anyone.

So…Ari Emmanuel:

Better yet, let me ask your BIG brother Rahm Emmanuel // Former Mayor of Chicago.

Rahm…You’re a very powerful “Business” person // Here I am…The once richest black man in the world asking the very person who is destroying me to at least help these Children…

“Hurt meeeeeeee
but please masa
don’t hurt da chirren masa”

We bus underprivileged kids in from all over and they love it at Donda Academy.

I see and understand just how powerful you are, but even the mighty Pharoah was no match for the power of GOD.

At times like this…and at all times…

I trust my Jesus. The KING of Israel.


Roger Friedman
Roger Friedman
Roger Friedman began his Showbiz411 column in April 2009 after 10 years with Fox News, where he created the Fox411 column. His movie reviews are carried by Rotten Tomatoes, and he is a member of both the movie and TV branches of the Critics Choice Awards. His articles have appeared in dozens of publications over the years including New York Magazine, where he wrote the Intelligencer column in the mid 90s and covered the OJ Simpson trial, and Fox News (when it wasn't so crazy) where he covered Michael Jackson. He is also the writer and co-producer of "Only the Strong Survive," a selection of the Cannes, Sundance, and Telluride Film festivals, directed by DA Pennebaker and Chris Hegedus.

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