Kanye West says he’s no longer an anti-Semite, and Jonah Hill obviously has to thank him.
Watch Jonah Hill on 21 jump The street made me like the Jewish people again,” West wrote in an Instagram post early Saturday morning.
No one should be angry with one or two individuals and turn that into hatred for millions of innocent people. No Christian can be called an anti-Semite knowing that Jesus is a Jew. Thank you Jonah Hill, I love you.”
Throughout 2022, West made a series of anti-Semitic comments and promoted anti-Semitic conspiracy theories. As a result, he lost more than $1 billion of his net worth and lucrative partnerships with GAP, adidas, and Balenciaga. He’s also without a record contract, has been dropped by his talent agency, and has seen a series of planned concerts get cancelled.
Earlier this year, the Anti-Defamation League released a report confirming that at least 30 hate incidents could be directly related to West’s comments.
Hale, who was born to Jewish parents, starred in 2012 21 Jump Street Opposite Channing Tatum and Brie Larson.