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Kanye West’s Vultures album livestream event CUTS OFF at anti-Semitism mention – as rapper baffles fans by failing to drop controversial new record

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The listening party for Kanye West's Vultures album was beset by further controversy when the musician rapped about his anti-Semitism, before the live stream showing the event was cut off.

The listening party for Kanye West’s Vultures album was beset by further controversy when the musician rapped about his anti-Semitism, before the live stream showing the event was cut off.

The rapper, 46, appeared at the United Center in Chicago on Thursday with a video that showed the star, who was wearing a Jason Voorhees hockey mask, saying: “And I’m still crazy, bipolar, anti-Semitic // And I’m still being the king.” .’

After those lyrics, the stream on the Veeps streaming service went black and silent as the star was apparently censored.

West has a documented history of anti-Semitism and last year lost several partnership deals after going on an explosive anti-Semitic rant.

Kim Kardashian’s ex-husband vowed to stage a ‘death with 3 against the JEWS’ in a series of sick posts online.

The listening party for Kanye West’s Vultures album was beset by further controversy when the musician rapped about his anti-Semitism, before the live stream showing the event was cut off.

The rapper, 46, appeared at the United Center in Chicago on Thursday with a video that showed the star, who was wearing a Jason Voorhees hockey mask, saying:

The rapper, 46, appeared at the United Center in Chicago on Thursday with a video that showed the star, who was wearing a Jason Voorhees hockey mask, saying: “And I’m still crazy, bipolar, anti-Semitic // And I’m still being the king.” ‘

Fans were also left baffled online after West, who had heavily teased his album would drop on February 9, failed to release (seen in 2019).

Fans were also left baffled online after West, who had heavily teased his album would drop on February 9, failed to release (seen in 2019).

Their title track, Vultures, also featured the vile lyrics: ‘How am I anti-Semitic? I just fuck a Jewish bitch.

Fans were also left baffled online after West, who had heavily teased that his album would drop on February 9, failed to post.

Fans wrote, “Where’s that album?”, “Bro lied again,” and “$20 to watch Kanye try to find a full aux stream and then forget to drop the album.”

West previously announced a New York event for his upcoming album Vultures and shared a rare clip from the controversial music video for the lead single.

The rapper shared a post that read ‘Vultures UBS Arena New York 02 09 24.;

The star then shared a music video for ‘VULTURES (Havoc Version) created by Jon Rafman’ that featured post-apocalyptic scenes, a masked Kanye brandishing a gun, and a burning church.

Kanye deleted his Instagram for the second time in a week while apparently teasing his upcoming joint album with Ty Dolla $ign at a listening party in Chicago.

On Monday, the rapper, whose wife Bianca Censori made headlines for wearing a see-through raincoat with nothing underneath earlier that day, shared a post on Instagram teasing a special event scheduled to take place at the United Center on Thursday.

West previously announced a New York event for his upcoming album Vultures and shared a rare clip from the controversial music video for the lead single.

West previously announced a New York event for his upcoming album Vultures and shared a rare clip from the controversial music video for the lead single.

The rapper, 46, who has come under fire for Vultures' anti-Semitic lyrics, shared a post that read

The rapper, 46, who has been criticized for Vultures’ anti-Semitic lyrics, shared a post that read “Vultures UBS Arena New York 02 09 24.”

The star then shared a music video for 'VULTURES (Havoc Version) created by Jon Rafman' that featured post-apocalyptic scenes, a masked Kanye brandishing a gun, and a burning church.

The star then shared a music video for ‘VULTURES (Havoc Version) created by Jon Rafman’ that featured post-apocalyptic scenes, a masked Kanye brandishing a gun, and a burning church.

The father of four uploaded an image of the issue ‘1’ on his account, likely a nod to Vultures, Volume One, which he previously announced would be released on February 9.

Both West, 46, and the Sucker for Pain hitmaker, 41, also shared an image that read: “Vultures United Center Chicago 02 08 24.”

At this time, United Center does not have any events scheduled for Thursday.

The Chicago Blackhawks, however, are scheduled to play at the stadium on Wednesday and Friday.

In 2021, prior to the release of his tenth studio album Donda, he previously hosted several listening parties for fans in Chicago and Atlanta.

His unofficial single, Vulture, has been criticized by Jewish organizations who branded him “pathetic and sad” for vile lyrics about a Jewish woman.

Vultures feature the ‘offensive’ lyrics: ‘How am I anti-Semitic? “I just fucked a Jewish bitch.”

The lyrics sparked a furious reaction among some fans and were even condemned by the American Jewish Committee, among others.

The video featured strange religious imagery and shots of Kanye with a gun.

The video featured strange religious imagery and shots of Kanye with a gun.

“Foodling the flames of anti-Semitism and promoting such anger among his millions of followers, especially at this tense and dangerous time for the Jewish community, is inexcusable,” spokesman Richard Hirschhaut said. TMZAt the time.

However, he added that the West’s choice is not surprising, given its previous anti-Semitic comments.

On Monday, the rapper, whose wife Bianca Censori made headlines for wearing a see-through raincoat with nothing underneath earlier that day, shared a post on Instagram teasing a special event scheduled for the United Center on Thursday.

On Monday, the rapper, whose wife Bianca Censori made headlines for wearing a see-through raincoat with nothing underneath earlier that day, shared a post on Instagram teasing a special event scheduled for the United Center on Thursday.

The father of four uploaded an image of the number '1' on his account, most likely a nod to Vultures, Volume One, which he previously announced would be released on February 9.

The father of four uploaded an image of the number ‘1’ on his account, most likely a nod to Vultures, Volume One, which he previously announced would be released on February 9.

Both West, 46, and the Sucker for Pain hitmaker, 41, also shared an image that read: 'Vultures United Center Chicago 02 08 24.'

Both West, 46, and the Sucker for Pain hitmaker, 41, also shared an image that read: ‘Vultures United Center Chicago 02 08 24.’

But he said this latest scandal “seems particularly pathetic and sad.”

The Anti-Defamation League also added its voice to the criticism, telling the outlet: “At a time of rising anti-Semitism around the world, it is sickening to see Kanye once again use his platform to spew hatred of Jews.”

West has a documented history of anti-Semitism and last year lost several partnership deals after going on an explosive anti-Semitic rant.

Kim Kardashian’s ex-husband vowed to stage a ‘death with 3 against the JEWS’ in a series of sick posts online.

Shortly after the tweet, the Praise God rapper told Piers Morgan that he only intended to target certain specific Jews, who he felt were exploiting him.

When the talk show host claimed the comments were “as racist as anything I’ve ever been through,” rapper Gold Digger shot back, “that’s why I said it.” I fought fire with fire.’

In an interview with right-wing talk show host Alex Jones in early December, Kanye praised Hitler for his “redemptive qualities.”

In 2021, prior to the release of his tenth studio album Donda, he previously hosted several listening parties for fans in Chicago and Atlanta; seen in January 2024

In 2021, prior to the release of his tenth studio album Donda, he previously hosted several listening parties for fans in Chicago and Atlanta; seen in January 2024

He also maintained that “the Holocaust is not what happened” and promoted the conspiracy theory that black people are the real Jews.

West’s rants saw him lose lucrative contracts with The Gap, Adidas and Balenciaga and more.

He was also fired by his management team at Creative Artists Agency.

Their decision to release the song comes at a time when anti-Semitic attacks are increasing amid the ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas.

Racism against Jews and Muslims has spiked following the October 7 attack.

West is married to Bianca Censori (seen above in May 2023)

West is married to Bianca Censori (seen above in May 2023)

According to the Anti-Defamation League, the number of anti-Semitic incidents quadrupled.

The watchdog counted 312 anti-Semitic incidents between October 7 and 23, ranging from harassment to vandalism and physical attacks.

Meanwhile, college campuses and schools have seen a notable increase, according to the American Jewish Committee.

A record number of incidents were reported, with nearly 100 incidents occurring at US universities between October 7 and 30.

The growing number of incidents has led the White House to introduce a series of measures to address the “alarming” rise in both anti-Semitic and Islamophobic attacks.

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