Billionaire Rapper, Ye FKA Kanye West, has apologized for anti-Semitic comments
Kanye West, an American musician, has apologised to anybody who were offended by his recent round of anti-Semitic remarks.
When West appeared on Piers Morgan’s Uncensored programme, which aired on Wednesday, the host criticised him for making offensive statements towards the Jewish community.
I’m a little drowsy tonight, but when I wake up, I’ll go death con 3 on JEWISH PEOPLE, the rapper stated in one of the tweets that led to Twitter banning his account.
The irony is that even though I would like to be anti-Semitic, black people are also Jews.
You people have played with me and attempted to exclude everyone who disagrees with your agenda.
Later, Kanye stated that the tweet was intended to refer to Defcon 3.
Defense readiness condition (Defcon) is a five-level readiness alert system used by the US military, with level one being the greatest degree of preparedness.
Increase in force preparedness over typical readiness is referred to as Defcon level 3.
West first defended his remarks during the interview, but he subsequently admitted that he had offended people and created “confusion.”
When asked if he regretted tweeting “death con 3,” Kanye said, “No…
The promo footage then switches to him making a U-turn and apologising.
I’ll say I’m sorry for the folks I offended with the [statement about Defcon] and the misunderstanding I created,” he stated.
“I felt like I upset and confused people.
I also feel bad for the families of those who had nothing to do with the anguish I experienced.
“Look, I’m just going to offer it all over to God right now. Look, I’m just going to say that it’s terrible to keep an apology hostage and I must let go of it, free myself of the pain.
I truly want to give you all a big hug, so please tell the families I wounded that.
And I want to apologise for offending you with my remarks.