An apology from Kanye West for his anti-Semitic tweet 

Despite having “fought fire with fire,” Kanye West has said that he “doesn’t regret” making his anti-Semitic statement and is sorry “for the individuals that he hurt.”

Ye, 45, received a lot of backlash after saying, “I’m a little sleepy now, but when I wake up, I’m going to die with 3 Jewish people.” He also had his Twitter account suspended.

During an interview on Talk TV with Piers Morgan Uncensored, the rapper said he was sorry for insulting people.

“My question to you is, do you now regret pronouncing ‘death con 3 on Jewish people,’ are you sorry you did that?” The 57-year-old anchor asked Kanye in a teaser for the interview. Kanye initially resisted offering an apology.

Kanye replied, “Absolutely not. I have no doubt.

In Morgan’s opinion, insulting Jews and saying you’re “performing death con 3 on the Jews” is just as racist as anything you claim to have experienced or any hardship you may have had. The same holds true. You are conscious of racism’s inherent nature.

Ye replied, “I put the fire to use fighting the fire. Not getting washed off is not why I’m here. I am a certain kind of freedom fighter.

When pressed further on his remarks, the American rapper said, “I will say I’m sorry to the ones who I hurt with the death con, with the uncertainty.”

Morgan responded: “You apologized for saying something you now regret saying in the unfiltered interview.” From my perspective, that truly says a lot about you. That shows how self-aware you are and how you can tell when you should err on the side of caution.

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