Jamie Foxx is apologizing for antisemitic remarks he made on social media about Jews killing Jesus … whereas claiming he was betrayed by a pretend buddy.
The actor posted a message on Instagram Saturday, saying, “I wish to apologize to the Jewish neighborhood and everybody who was offended by my put up.”
Jamie continued, “I now know my selection of phrases have brought about offense and I am sorry. That was by no means my intent. To make clear, I used to be betrayed by a pretend buddy and that is what I meant with “they” not something extra.”
He went on to say, “I solely have love in my coronary heart for everybody. I like and help the Jewish neighborhood. My deepest apologies to anybody who was offended.”
As chances are you’ll know, Jamie posted his controversial remarks on Instagram Friday, stating, “They killed this dude title Jesus… what do you suppose they’ll do to you?” The message was quickly deleted, however not earlier than customers took snapshots and posted them to social media.
Jewish teams noticed the message and began spreading it on-line, which caught the curiosity of Jennifer Aniston. The actress was thought to have favored Jamie’s put up, however later clarified that she hadn’t and was horrified by his phrases.
Jennifer stated, “I wish to be clear to my pals and anybody damage by this displaying up of their feeds – I do NOT help any type of antisemitism. I actually don’t tolerate HATE of any type. Interval.”
In the meantime, Jamie lately broke his silence about his main well being scare in April, which landed him within the hospital for just a little over a month. He was lately launched and seen round Chicago performing some enjoyable actions as he recovers from his medical situation, which has not been publicly revealed. Jamie personally thanked his household and buddy in a video posted on-line.