Kim Kardashian said that she felt “guilty” when her ex-husband Ye, formerly known as Kanye West, was dropped from several brands following his antisemitic remarks on social media and her statement in solidarity with Jewish people.
Kardashian spoke emotionally about dealing with the fallout of Ye’s antisemitism in season three, episode six of “The Kardashians,” which aired Thursday on Hulu. In a conversation with her sister, Khloé Kardashian, she said that she hadn’t spoken with her ex-husband because he would “probably go off” on her.
“I feel guilty that I like, posted something in support of the Jewish community, then people dropped him today? And I’m like, ‘Is that my fault that like, I posted that? And did that like, push them, and I should have just kept quiet?'” Kim told her sister. “But I’m vocal about everything else, and it’s like, I never know what to do.”
In October 2022, Ye was locked out of his Twitter account after an antisemitic rant on the platform. The American Jewish Committee also accused Ye of deploying “antisemitic tropes like greed and control” after his remarks about Jared Kushner on Fox News in October, Insider previously reported. Ye was eventually dropped by brands including Balenciaga and Adidas, as well as his talent agency CAA, the Los Angeles Times reported.In an October 24, 2022 tweet, Kim expressed solidarity with the Jewish community but did not specifically name Ye.
“Hate speech is never OK or excusable,” she wrote in the tweet. “I stand together with the Jewish community and call on the terrible violence and hateful rhetoric towards them to come to an immediate end.”
Kim said on Thursday’s episode that she didn’t want to be “a part of a downfall for the father of my kids,” and found the entire situation “sad.” Khloé explicitly said in a confessional that no one in her family shared the antisemitic “views” that Ye had espoused, and found his actions “gravely irresponsible.”
“I’m heartbroken seeing Kim in so much pain,” Khloé said in an earlier confessional. “I wish I could do something. It’s such a helpless feeling. ‘Cause me watching Ye is like watching a car crash in slow motion.”
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