Kanye West’s rhetorical attacks on the Jewish community have earned him the designation of anti-Semitic for a considerable amount of time. However, the Chicago rapper has expressed regret for his behavior and is said to have recorded a second, longer apology before Vultures is released.
According to reliable sources, the Power hitmaker has released a 40-minute long video tape in which he apologizes for previous offensive comments.
Insiders characterize the video as a face-to-face version in which the Grammy winner would address his divisive remarks about Jews.
The 46-year-old babbled during the video message, so the mole complained to TMZ that it would eventually become incomprehensible.
It is said that the apology video would be released before to the much-anticipated premiere of Vultures on February 9.
In the past, Kanye made a special apology to the Jewish community. Last month, the design mogul shared a note on Instagram written in Hebrew.
The text said, “I deeply regret any pain I may have caused, and I sincerely apologize to the Jewish community for any unintentional outburst caused by my words or actions. It was not my intention to hurt or disrespect.”
“I’m determined to ensure greater sensitivity and understanding in the future by starting with myself and learning from this experience.”