‘Jewish b***h’ – Kanye West debuts new antisemitic song

The famed rapper’s troubled history with the Jewish people continues.

By Batya Jerenberg, World Israel News

Kanye West, the rapper and fashion mogul also known as Ye, released a new song Friday that underscored again the antisemitism that caused him to lose billions in business relationships last year.

In his new song, “Vultures,” the rapper makes allusions to his antisemitism controversies, attempting to defend himself from charges of bigotry.

In one line, he says, “How I’m antisemitic? I just f—ed a Jewish b—.” In another, he apparently refers to his Jewish former manager, Scooter Braun, rapping that he had done the same to “Scooter’s b—, and we ran up like the Olympics.”

Braun’s ex-wife, Yael Cohen, is Jewish.

The song premiered on DJ Pharris’ radio show on WPWX Power 92 Chicago.

According to Billboard, it is as yet unclear whether the song will be included in a reported joint album with fellow rapper Ty Dolla $ign, which has no release date as yet.

Ye, who is also a clothing designer, lost his music label, talent agency, bank, and several lucrative partnerships, including Adidas, after a string of antisemitic comments last year that took off after he posted to Twitter that he would “go death con 3 on Jewish people.” He then kept doubling down on his antisemitism in a series of interviews.

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He noted at one that he had lost $2 billion as a result of businesses distancing themselves from him.

The black music star, who had expressed his admiration for Hitler in the past, spiraled down to saying on a far-right talk show in December that he was a Nazi, that Nazis “did good things too,” and that “Every human being has value that they brought to the table, especially Hitler.”

Ye earned the dubious distinction of being named “Antisemite of the Year” for 2022 by watchdog StopAntisemitism for his hate speech, and “top antisemitic influencer” by the Simon Wiesenthal Center.

He then appeared to reconsider his views in March, saying he “liked Jews again” after watching a Jonah Hill movie. However, in September, rap star Albe Back released an album called “Dying Near a Charger” which featured two tracks by Ye, one of which was called “Israel” and describes his “meeting the devil.”