“He’s an IDIOT” Ray Allen slams Kanye West for spreading racist antisemitism

“He’s an IDIOT” Ray Allen slams Kanye West for spreading racist antisemitism

Kanye West, Ray Allen

Kanye West‘s antisemitic remarks have angered people of various backgrounds and religions, including basketball Hall of Famer Ray Allen. Allen has joined the number of well-known public people who have condemned the disgusting remarks made by the once billionaire rapper and entertainment icon.


West, who has recently acquired notoriety for his anti-Jewish remarks, has destroyed many relationships. He represents players like Aaron Donald and Jaylen Brown, among others, and is associated with various fashion labels. West has put his relationship at danger as he also wore a “White Lives Matter” t-shirt, offered additional unpleasant opinions, and made statements controversial about George Floyd. Ray Allen publicly expressed his sympathy for Jewish people and didn’t hold back when criticizing Kanye West on social media.

Ray Allen made the observation that there is a lot of negativity on social media and that this negativity may be discouraging in the society. In a video clip, Allen states: “I see all Kanye BS, like, he’s an idiot. Every time we pick up our phones, a lot of times we wanna feel good, laugh and joke but a lot of times, we’re seeing negative stories in our media. We gotta be careful who we’re letting into our atmosphere because it can become depressing with everything that’s going on around the world.”

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How good was Ray Allen in the NBA?

Ray Allen, one of the best three-point shooters in NBA history, holds the record for the second-highest number of made 3-pointers in a career. Three of the four franchises he played for saw him earn All-Star designation. He was acquired by the Boston Celtics in a 2007 trade with the Seattle Supersonics as the team assembled the “Big Three” of Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett, and Allen in which t his group benefited Boston in its 66-16 record and NBA championship in the 2007–08 season.

Over the course of his 18-year career, Allen amassed over 24,000 points, was selected to 10 All-Star games, and won titles with the Miami Heat and Boston Celtics. After being admitted to the Naismith Memorial Hall of Fame in 2018, he was chosen for the NBA 75th anniversary team in 2022. This was in reference to his 2,973 career three-pointers made during the regular season, another 385 made over 11 postseason campaigns, and championships that brought the Boston Celtics to the top of the NBA and another that entrenched the status of the Heat.

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Kanye West facing repercussions after his comments

After making a number of antisemitic comments in interviews and on social media, Kanye West is now facing backlash. The rapper, who has been embroiled in numerous issues over the years, has been dropped by brands like Adidas, Balenciaga, Gap, Skechers, and many more because of the horrible and terrible remarks, which have also been denounced by a number of other celebrities. After a string of anti-Semitic rants, West’s business partners raced to remove him, costing him $2 billion in a single day.


West suffered the greatest loss when Adidas discontinued its relationship with the rapper, costing him his billionaire status. Along with his talent agent, CAA, major global companies like Def Jam, J.P. Morgan, the Gap, Balenciaga, and the Gap dropped him. Even if his wealth has decreased from $2 billion to $200, he has refused to take responsibility for his disrespectful remarks at a time when the country appears to be in disarray. 

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