Chris Brown Denies Antisemitism Allegations Amid Controversy Over Kanye West's Song 'Vultures'
Chris Brown Denies Antisemitism Allegations Amid Controversy Over Kanye West's Song 'Vultures'

Chris Brown is false all the allegations over dancing with Kanye West‘s song ‘Vultures.’ The song lyrics are already in so many controversies, and according to the audience, the lyrics are offending and put questions on the community of Jewish.

‘Vultures’

After the video went viral, the songwriter faced so much hate from the audience the songwriter posted on his Instagram that he is not an antisemitic. He wrote a sorry post for the offending audience.

Chris Brown’s Statement Towards The Allegations

The songwriter wrote, “In no way, shape or form am I antisemitic (sic)!!! I’m pro-life, and I make music for the entire world!!!!!!

So please do not get tricked into thinking I spread hate or am kool with it (sic)!” he wrote on his Instagram Stories. “This (is) for the millions of young kids that look up to (me) and may be confused.”

The Vultures song was released about a month ago, on November 17, and then it gained so much fame, not in the positive sense. Kanye West also fell after his unbearable comments on the Jewish communities. Taylor Swift also accused West of interrupting while shooting for Eras Tour.

The Vulture song features Β₯$, Kanye West & Ty Dolla $ign – Vultures (feat. Bump J). You can find out how offending its lyrics by this video posted by the official channel on YouTube Extra Vibe.

Kanye West - Vultures (Lyrics) ft. Lil Durk, Ty Dolla $ign & Bump J
Vultures

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