There's been an absence of the same cancel culture energy for Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and his alleged "antisemitism" than there was for Kyrie Irving. Coincidence?
"Minister Farrakhan, I love you, but the way you read that, I took that as a slight," the rapper formerly known as Kanye West said.
A growing number of notable people are speaking out to defend Kyrie Irving as the embattled NBA player faces discipline for tweeting a film critics have called antisemitic.
Adidas is the latest brand to sever ties with the rapper formerly known as Kanye West amid his fountain of antisemitism that is severely affecting his net worth.
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