Kanye West asks to ‘have a conversation’ after apologizing in Hebrew

A major Jewish organization cautiously welcomed Kanye West’s apology in Hebrew, but stressed that ‘actions speak louder than words’

Kanye West asks to ‘have a conversation’ after apologizing in Hebrew

Recently, Kanye West took the internet by storm by apologizing in Hebrew for his anti-Semitic behavior. Now a top Jewish group has responded to the Chicago rap star’s pushback from his past actions.

talking to CourierAn Anti-Defamation League spokesperson responded to the apology in a cautious tone, saying “after using his immense influence and platform to sow vicious anti-Semitism and hatred into countless minds, he has caused untold harm.”

Noting, “An apology in Hebrew can be the first step on a long journey toward making amends to the Jewish community and all those it has hurt.”

I am linking Power “Ultimately, actions will speak louder than words, but this initial act of repentance is welcome,” the anti-Semitism watchdog said in response to the hitmaker’s words.

Earlier, Kanye shocked the internet when he issued an unconditional apology in Hebrew, addressing his past apparent anti-Semitic behavior.

He said he was sorry for his “unplanned outbursts” [my] By words or actions,” he added, “it was not my intention to offend or offend, and I am deeply sorry for any pain I may have caused.”

You ensured that he was “committed to starting with himself and learning from this experience to ensure greater sensitivity and understanding in the future.”

“Your forgiveness is important to me, and I am committed to making amends and promoting unity,” the 46-year-old said.

It is pertinent to mention here that Kanye reignited the anti-Semitism controversy when he rapped the verses in his new album Vultures track, “How anti-Semitic I am, I’m just ***** a Jew **** * Am.”