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The rapper, who previously expressed himself in an anti-Semitic manner and even praised Hitler, returned to Instagram and wrote in the first post that the movie "Jump Street 21" made him love the Jewish people all over again

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Rapper Kanye West, who has expressed himself in an anti-Semitic manner recently, surprised this morning (Saturday) when he published a post on Instagram in which he wrote that he "likes Jews again".

In a post he made to his 18 million followers, the first since his account was temporarily suspended and reinstated, he posted a picture of the poster for the movie "21 Jump Street" starring Jonah Hill and wrote: "Watching Jonah Hill in '21 Jump Street' Made me like Jews again."

"Nobody should take out their anger on one or two people and turn it into hatred towards millions of innocent people," he added, referring to himself.

"No Christian should be labeled anti-Semitic because Jesus is Jewish. Thank you Jonah Hill. I love you."

Kanye's post garnered thousands of comments within a few hours, with some mocking him and some supporting him.

Three months ago, Kanye praised the leader of Nazi Germany, Adolf Hitler, saying that every person "has something valuable that he did, especially Hitler."

The President of the United States, Joe Biden, referred to the American rapper's anti-Semitic statements when he wrote: "I just want to make a few things clear: The Holocaust happened. Hitler was a satanic figure."

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Source: walla

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