Kanye West Releases A 40-Minute Anti-Semitism Apology Video

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After years of claiming to be right, Kanye West teams up with his crew to shoot an anti-semitism apology video. But rumor has it that it won’t launch until he is ready to release his latest album.

Kanye West’s Anti-Semitism Apology Video Did Not Quite Cut It

Kanye West has never once admitted his wrongs, not about personal matters and certainly not anti-Semitism; he shared an apology. This came after Christmas. He said,

“I sincerely apologize to the Jewish community for any unintended outburst caused by my words or actions, it was not my intention to hurt or disrespect, and I deeply regret any pain I may have caused.”

According to TMZ, this was an AI-generated message, which could mean that it was not an apology from the heart.

Kanye West’s Apology Ahead of Album Release

Information reaching TMZ is that Kanye West shot an anti-semitism apology video. Rumor has it that the forty-minute clip was not all that insightful. Rather, Kanye took some me-time to behave like his controversial self. The Kanye West’s apology video included “rambling” and nearly meaningless words. This happened weeks ago, and it will touch down just before Kanye’s album release is scheduled for Feb. 9.

Hopefully, Ye eventually drops the highly anticipated album titled “Vultures.” Since last year, he has been postponing the release date. It was later moved to January but now, sources say it is next month.

Irrespective of the irregularities, one thing is certain: when it drops, fans will see their favorite rapper working with other great acts, including TY Dolla $ign, Lil Baby, Playboi Carti, and Quavo. Others on the list are Nicki Minaj, Kodak Black, James Blake, Freddie Gibbs, and Bad Bunny.

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