In a lengthy Instagram Story statement, Hailey Bieber addressed Kanye West’s anti-Semitism.
“You can’t be religious and anti-Semitic at the same time.” “You can’t love God and support or condone hate speech,” wrote the model.
“To love God is to love others.” ALL individuals.”
“I support my friends and the Jewish people,” Bieber, 25, added in a graphic.
The 45-year-old rapper came under fire earlier this month for making anti-Semitic remarks, which resulted in the suspension of his Twitter and Instagram accounts.
In interviews with Tucker Carlson and “Drink Champs” host N.O.R.E., the Grammy winner has reiterated his position.
Last Wednesday, when asked by Piers Morgan if he felt “sorry” for his anti-Semitic remarks, the songwriter replied, “Absolutely not.”
In terms of being cancelled, the Yeezy designer added, “I ain’t losing no money….” We’re not going anywhere, baby.”
Earlier this month, the record producer was also chastised for wearing “White Lives Matter” t-shirts to his Paris Fashion Week show.
At the time, Justin Bieber, Gigi Hadid, and other celebrities took to social media to criticise West, and the American Music Award winner responded.
“Wait, am I being cancelled again?” West asked Justin Bieber in a since-deleted Instagram post.
The fashion designer referred to Justin’s wife as “nose job Hailey Baldloose” in another post.
According to TMZ, she and the “Baby” singer, 28, have decided to cut ties with West due to his online slander.
West “went too far,” a source told the outlet, claiming that his comments “hurt” the couple.
Adidas is the most recent company to end its professional relationship with the “Stronger” rapper, following Balenciaga and Vogue.