Seth Rogen claims Kanye West ‘apology’
Seth Rogen has joked to claim Kanye West’s apparent reminder of his anti-Semitism outburst after watching 21 Jump Street, some of the jokes of which were penned by the actor.
During an interview with CinemaBlendthe actor said, “You know what? [Jonah Hill] can have it. Glad to be excluded from that one. But you know what? GOOD! Cured! They should send this movie around the world, let everyone watch it!” Rogen joked.
“I wrote jokes for this movie, so I feel a little bit proprietary,” the actor said.
West surprised fans earlier after taking to Instagram, announcing that the movie starring Jonah Hill had him soul-searching after his infamous anti-Semitic rants.
“Watching Jonah Hill at 21 Jump Street made me love Jews again,” he wrote.
“No one should get angry at one or two individuals and turn that into hatred towards millions of innocent people.”
“No Christian can be called an anti-Semite knowing that Jesus is a Jew,” adding, “Thank you, Jonah Hill, I love you,” he concluded.