Kanye West has come under fire for his antisemitic remarks once again.
In a clip circulating social media, the rapper looked stoked as he rapped along to his new song with Ty Dolla $ign, “Vultures,” in which he says, “How I’m anti-semitic? I just f–ked a Jewish bitch.”
Chris Brown, Ty, Bump J and more artists were present and jamming along to the song — which has garnered them some serious backlash online as well.
“What’s more sickening? The lyrics … Or the fact that both Kanye West and @chrisbrownofficial find it hysterical?” Jewish businesswoman Tanya Zuckerbrot wrote on her Instagram account.
“Sick, masochistic, antisemitic f–ks.”
“Let the record industry chew on this. Let them never EVER work again,” another appalled user commented under Zuckerbrot’s video.
Not mincing a word, another disappointed person added, “Chris brown an abuser and kanye west a psychotic narcissistic self proclaimed mastermind.”
Others called the display “beyond sickening,” “trash” and “disgusting.”
Dozens of others called for West, 46, to be canceled.
Of course, one year ago, the controversial star was more or less canceled when he was let go from his contracts with Adidas and Balenciaga and had his Twitter and Instagram accounts restricted, after he went on several antisemitic tirades.
The outrage against the Grammy winner erupted after he claimed on Twitter that he would go “death con 3 on Jewish people” and then doubled down on his remarks, saying he was “absolutely not” sorry for what he said during a two-hour interview with Piers Morgan.
After Morgan — who left ITV’s “Good Morning Britain” in April 2022 after he refused to take accountability for his relentless criticism toward Meghan Markle — informed the Yeezy founder that his remarks were nothing less than racist, he proudly stated that he was aware.
“Yeah, obviously, that’s why I said it,” he replied.
“I fought fire with fire. I’m not here to get hosed down.”
West’s antisemitic rants also got his MRC-produced documentary scrapped, got him dropped by his agency, CAA, and caused several retailers to stop selling Yeezy products — and the karma did not end there.
Meanwhile, Brown, 34, has been a controversial figure ever since he brutally assaulted Rihanna, 35, in 2009 — and has continued to build a resume full of legal woes — so his affinity for West’s song may not help his public persona.
Reps for both West and Brown did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment.