After making antisemitic remarks, Kanye West apologizes to Jews in Hebrew. 

After making repeated antisemitic remarks, Kanye West apologized to the Jewish community for any “unintended outburst caused” by his “words or actions.”

The recording artist, who has officially changed his name to Ye, posted the Hebrew statement on Instagram on Tuesday, days before his planned album release.

The post has over one million likes Tuesday morning.

“It was never my intention to hurt or disrespect, and I deeply regret any pain I may have caused,” he wrote.

 Ye pledged to study and promote “greater sensitivity and understanding” and “dedicated to making amends and working toward promoting unity.”

”After the post, the Anti-Defamation League told CNN, “After causing untold damage by using his vast influence and platform to poison countless minds with vicious antisemitism and hate, 

an apology in Hebrew may be the first step on a long journey towards making amends to the Jewish community and all those who he has hurt.”

“Ultimately, actions will speak louder than words but this initial act of contrition is welcome,” the nonprofit said.

Unknown why he posted, it comes before the release of his new music album, “Vultures.” 

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