Saturday, April 20, 2024

Jamie Foxx Apologizes for Post that Seemed Antisemitic, It Was Just a Friend Who Betrayed Him


Jamie Foxx is sorry for the poor wording of a post yesterday.

On Instagram he uncharacteristically ranted about a friend who did him wrong. But the way he worded it, some people took it as antisemitic.

Foxx immediately deleted the post. (I understood it to mean he found a mole in his group who was selling stories to the tabloids.)

Right now he writes:

Here was the previous post:
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