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Kanye West Set to Release Lengthy Apology Video for Antisemitic Remarks Before Album Drop



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Kanye West is reportedly preparing to release a 40-minute apology video addressing his past antisemitic remarks, just ahead of the launch of his collaborative album with Ty Dolla $ign, “Vultures.”

Sources from TMZ suggest that West assembled a camera crew weeks ago to shoot the apology video, where he directly addresses the audience. However, the video is described as “rambling,” with moments where it becomes challenging to comprehend West’s message. The footage is planned for release before “Vultures,” currently slated to debut on February 9 after experiencing multiple delays since last year.

In the past, Kanye West has faced criticism for praising Hitler, spreading antisemitic conspiracy theories, and making threats against Jewish people. He has previously issued a public apology to the Jewish community, expressing regret for any unintended harm caused by his words or actions. The apology, written in Hebrew, emphasized West’s commitment to self-improvement and learning from the experience.

Despite the apology, it faced scrutiny from some quarters, including Hot 97 DJ Peter Rosenberg, who questioned its authenticity. On the other hand, the Anti-Defamation League acknowledged the apology as a potential first step toward making amends, emphasizing that actions would speak louder than words in the long run.

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