Jamie Foxx apologizes for sharing allegedly anti-Semitic feedback on social media… after Jennifer Aniston denounces hate and dislikes put up

Jennifer Aniston and Jamie Foxx each attempt to clear up some controversial social media misunderstandings.

The row began when Jamie, 55, posted an indignant message saying: ‘They killed a guy called Jesus… what do you think they’ll do to you???!’ adopted by the hashtags #fakefriends and #fakelove.

Someone named Jennifer Aniston appeared to “like” the feedback, which had been subsequently labeled anti-Semitic.

“Actor Jamie Foxx posts horrific anti-Semitic messages to his 16.7 million followers,” wrote the A Wide Frame account, which famous the offensive put up.

For centuries, Jews have been blamed for the loss of life of Jesus, and the alleged deicide has been used as an excuse for oppression and violence in opposition to them.

Clarification: Jamie Foxx and Jennifer Aniston attempt to clear up some controversial social media misunderstandings after each had been linked to alleged anti-Semitic feedback he shared

Some far-right Christians nonetheless imagine this.

A wide frame publishes a e-newsletter to “give subscribers a better general understanding and scope of world Jewish news,” and makes use of numerous messages in its tales to dispel the parable that the Jews killed Jesus.

Jennifer, 54, who was embroiled within the controversy, was fast to denounce it and denied any connection to it in her Instagram Stories.

“This is really making me sick,” she wrote.

“I purposely or accidentally didn’t ‘like’ this post,” the Morning Show star claimed.

There are dozens of fan accounts on social media underneath the identify Jennifer Aniston.

And extra importantly, I need to be clear to my associates and anybody who has been harm by this showing of their feeds: I do NOT assist any type of anti-Semitism. And I actually don’t tolerate any type of HATE. Period of time.’

On Saturday morning, Jamie, who was recovering from hospitalization and well being points, tried to rectify the state of affairs by writing his personal rationalization on his now-deleted put up.

“I want to apologize to the Jewish community and to anyone who was offended by my post. I now know that my chosen words have caused offense and I am sorry. That was never my intention.’ claimed the Oscar winner.

Denounced: Jennifer was quick to denounce any form of anti-Semitism or hate (pictured in New York in September 2022)

Controversy: The controversy started when Jewish group A Wider Frame labeled Jamie’s now-deleted post as anti-Semitic and someone named Jennifer Aniston “liked” it. The Morning Show actress denied any connection and denounced anti-Semitism

Apologies: Jamie, who’s recovering from a well being problem, apologized for his alternative of phrases and clarified the that means of the earlier put up, explaining that he was referring to a ‘fake friend’ and never the Jewish neighborhood

Vouch: Jamie’s buddy Adam Weitsman was fast to defend him, writing, “I would always vouch for you…”

“Just to clarify, I was betrayed by a fake boyfriend and that’s what I meant by ‘she’, nothing more,” he defined.

“I have only love in my heart for everyone. I love and support the Jewish community. My sincerest apologies to anyone who was offended. Nothing but love always, Jamie Foxx.’

Jamie’s friend Adam Weitsman was quick to defend himself, writing, “I know you personally, I’m Jewish and know you are the last person who would EVER act anti-Semitic.”

“You are sort and thoughtful to everybody. I’d all the time vouch for you.’