Kim Kardashian publicly expressed her support Jewish community among ex-husband Kanye Westanti-Semitic comments.

On Monday, the 41-year-old business magnate issued a statement on social media condemning “hate speech” and calling for an end to “hateful rhetoric.”

“Hate speech is never okay or justifiable,” Kardashian tweeted. “I stand with the Jewish community and call for an immediate end to the horrific violence and hateful rhetoric directed at them.”

West, who has four children with Kardashian, has received widespread backlash after he shared a series of anti-Semitic comments and conspiracy theories on social media and in recent interviews. After his statements, the rapper was blocked from his Twitter and Instagram accounts for violating the platforms’ policies.

Meanwhile, a fashion brand Balenciaga also cut ties with the Yeezy founder, just weeks after West opened the Balenciaga show at Paris Fashion Week. Fashion edition Fashion he is also reported to have “no intention” of working with the West again.

Over the weekend, an anti-Semitic and white supremacist group unfurled a large banner over an overpass in Los Angeles with the words “Kanye is right about the Jews” following the rapper’s widely condemned anti-Semitic remarks. A group known as the Goy Defense League was photographed raising his hands in a Nazi salute over banners.

Many celebrities have expressed their support for Jews following the rapper’s comments, including his former daughter-in-law Khloe Kardashian. On Sunday, the Good American founder retweeted Jessica Seinfeld’s statement on her Instagram story, which read, “If you don’t know what to say, you can just say it on your feed,” along with an image that read, “I support my Jewish friends and the Jewish people.”

Khloe Kardashian Supports Jewish Community Amid Kanye West’s Anti-Semitic Comments

(Instagram / Khloe Kardashian)

West’s latest round of controversy began when he wore a T-shirt with the words “White Lives Matter” on it. Yeezy fashion show during Paris Fashion Week. The rapper then took to Twitter, where he said he might go on a “deadly anti-Jewish scam” and claimed in tweets that he’s not “anti-Semitic because black people are actually Jewish.”

On October 19, West doubled down on his comments during an appearance on Piers Morgan uncensored, in which he said he was “absolutely not” sorry for his anti-Semitic remarks. He then offered some sort of apology, saying, “I will say that I am sorry to the people I hurt with DEFCON… for the confusion I caused. I feel like I’ve caused pain and confusion, and I feel sorry for the families who had nothing to do with the trauma I went through.’

“Broken people hurt people – and I was hurt.”