Kanye “Ye” West is doubling down on his recent controversial comments, using “more hate speech and extremely dangerous stereotypes” in a recent tape of an episode New of the YouTube talk show Uninterrupted Store.
The makers behind Shop, which was executive produced by LeBron James and Maverick Carter, decided not to air the episode or reveal what West had to say. In a statement to The Hollywood ReporterCarter said, “Yesterday we recorded an episode of Shop with Kanye West. Kanye was booked several weeks in advance and, after speaking directly with Kanye the day before we taped, I believe he is capable of respectful discussion and he is ready to work through all the issues. his recent comments. Unfortunately, he used Shop to reiterate more hate speech and extremely dangerous prejudices”.
The statement continued, “We have decided not to air this episode or any of Kanye’s comments. While Shop including insightful discourse and differing opinions, we have zero tolerance for any form of hate speech and will never allow our channels to be used to inciting hostility. I take full responsibility for believing that Kanye wanted another conversation and apologizing to our guests and crew. Hate speech should never have an audience. “
Sources say CHEAP that James is not on the recording in question.
CHEAP Contacted YouTube for comment.
Shop The controversy is just the latest incident of Western use of language deemed racist or hate speech. Last Friday, the fashion mogul turned rapper caused a firestorm after he used objectionable language in an Instagram post that caused the post to be pulled down and West locked his account. .
On Saturday, West then returned to Twitter after a long hiatus from the social media platform, but he posted a protest tweet, writing, “I will die for the JEWISH people. .” The tweet was later taken down for violating Twitter’s rules.
West’s social media posts have been condemned by groups such as the Anti-Defamation League, the American Jewish Committee and the Black Jewish Recreation Coalition.
On Sunday, Elon Musk, the potential new owner of Twitter, tweeted that he had spoken to West about his racist tweet. Taking a highly personal approach to content moderation, Musk tweeted, “Speaking to you today and expressed my concerns about his recent tweet, which I I think he really enjoyed it.”
The controversy continued on Tuesday after the announcement of the technology Motherboard said it obtained leaked footage from West’s recent interview with Tucker Carlson on Fox News. The clipped footage is said to contain some of West’s anti-epidemic claims and claims that he was vaccinated against COVID-19, as well as some strange and confusing claims, Motherboard reported.