Hours after a post in which he thanked his sister for saving his life (for several months, the actor struggled with unspecified health problems that forced him to various hospitalizations), Jamie Foxx is hit by a so-called media storm due to another post.
A post that many users thought would be antisemitic. “They killed Jesus… what do you think they’re going to do to you?” Fox wrote — in all caps — on Friday, August 4, in both a post and an Instagram story. With added hashtag: #fakefriends #fakelove.
After the raised scandal, now an Oscar-winning actor Ray he replies, “I want to apologize to the Jewish community and everyone who took offense at my post. This was not my intention. To clarify what happened, I was betrayed by a false friend, and this third person did not refer to anything else in the plural. In my heart there is only love for everyone. I love and support the Jewish community. I offer my deepest apologies to anyone who was offended. Nothing but love, always.”
And another big Hollywood star got involved.”controversialSocial. Jennifer Aniston liked Fox’s post and was criticized for it by many subscribers.
“I didn’t like that post either on purpose or by accident,” the diva says now. Friends. “And most importantly, I want to make it clear to all my friends and everyone who commented on this that I DO NOT SUPPORT any form of anti-Semitism. I don’t tolerate any HATE. Dot”.