Howard Stern68, beaten Kanye West, 45, on his radio show for the anti-Semitism the rapper spewed on social media. “I’m really tired of people excusing his behavior by saying, ‘Well, he’s just mentally ill,'” the radio host said. The Howard Stern Show on October 19. “The shit he spews… I’m talking about his latest crazy anti-Semitic rant that he feels really free to spew,” Howard added, referring to Kanye’s hateful comments for which he refused to apologize.
“F*ck this mental illness self-defense.” Howard Stern is fed up with Kanye West’s anti-Semitic remarks, and no longer buys the “mental health issues” excuse. (Via Mediaite and SiriusXM) pic.twitter.com/j0vQ1tkloU
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Howard, who is Jewish, mentioned how he experienced anti-Semitism growing up, before going on to Kim Kardashiansaid ex-husband. “Kanye was on the Chris Cuomo wise, and good lord, you need to hear the shit this guy is into, and this mental illness, self defense thing he’s into, f**k. You know, like, ‘Oh yeah, he’s just mentally ill. Don’t worry about it,” Howard said, adding of Kanye, “If he’s so mentally ill, why don’t they put a custodian over his money like they did with the poor. Britney Spears?”
After playing a clip from Kanye’s interview with Chris Cuomo, where the rapper blamed the “Jewish underground media mafia” for why he’s never been referred to as a billionaire, Howard Kanye had a called “douchebag” and completely set Ye on fire in a long outburst. “It’s so depressing,” Howard said of Kanye’s behavior. “I mean, Kanye was gleefully crazy. Now he’s like Hitler,” he added.
Kanye has been slammed by numerous celebrities, such as Sarah Silverman and Jamie Lee Curtis, as well as organizations like the Anti-Defamation League, for the hateful outburst he spewed on Saturday, October 8th. Ye tweeted that he wanted to go “death con 3 On JEWISH PEOPLE”. A second tweet read: “You played with me trying to blackmail anyone who opposes your agenda.” The father-of-four’s account was closed for violating Twitter’s policy.
Ye spoke with the British television host Piers Morgan about the controversy in a preview for the upcoming two-hour special, where Kanye showed no remorse for his anti-Semitic remarks. “Are you sorry you said that?” asked Piers. “None. Absolutely,” Kanye replied. The Grammy winner also admitted that his comments were “racist” and that he didn’t care.