Kanye West calls for Louis CK not to be fired

Kanye West has said Louis CK “shouldn’t be dismissed”, describing him in an interview as “the funniest man alive”.

The rapper, who has been at the center of several controversies and anti-Semitic outbursts in recent weeks, spoke of his admiration for the disgraced comedian during an interview on Piers Morgan Uncensored.

In 2017, Louis CK admitted sexual misconduct allegations made against him by multiple women.

“This is where God is funnier, here he goes as Louis CK as part of level two,” West said during the interview, “because Louis CK is the funniest man alive, put him down now .”

“It was funnier before they canceled it because everything he did was the kind of joke that you can cancel,” he said.

In the same interview, West accused Morgan of being “Karen”, and Morgan said the rapper left in the middle of the conversation, but then came back.

The host repeatedly called West out for her anti-Semitic comments, prompting her to say, “You are not responsible for my pain. You are Karen.”

“I’m not Karen, I’m not going to beat you and I’m not going to censor you,” Morgan replied. “I’m just going to challenge you on what you’re saying. I don’t think you understand the pain you’ve caused with some of these comments.”

West replied, “God forbid a comment that people could feel the pain of my people who have suffered for years.”

The rapper’s anti-Semitic comments in recent weeks have included blaming “Jewish media” and “Jewish Zionists” for alleged misdeeds while appearing on the Drink Champs podcast, saying that “Jewish people are after the black voice to accept” and that “the Jewish community. , especially in the music industry… will bring and milk us to death.”

He also made similar anti-Semitic comments on Fox News, on LeBron James’ talk show The Shop, and during a recent interview with NewsNation host Chris Cuomo, where he said he “doesn’t believe” in the term anti-Semitism.

Many artists, celebrities, politicians and organizations criticized West for his comments, including Jack Antonoff, John Legend, David Schwimmer, New York congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Business partnerships, such as those with JPMorgan Chase bank and sportswear brand Adidas, have also been canceled or suspended.

Balenciaga also cut ties with West over his anti-Semitic views, and his record label Universal Music Group shared a statement denouncing anti-Semitism.

His social media accounts on Twitter and Instagram were also blocked..

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