Kanye West is still facing fallout from his anti-Semitic rants about Jewish people. Losing lawyers, endorsement days, and business relationships are among his problems currently. However, a documentary focused on him is still up on a popular streaming service.

According to TMZ, Netflix will not be taking down Kanye West’s “Jeen-Yuhs” documentary amid his anti-Semitic attacks. The company decided to keep the three-part documentary series up since they do not have a business relationship with West and the film didn’t contain any anti-Semitic rhetoric.

Kanye attended the Los Angeles screening with Chaney Jones earlier in the year. Several celebrities participated in the premiere of the documentary.

Netflix took a similarly hands-off approach to Dave Chappelle’s comedy specials, which featured anti-trans sentiment. It was allowed to exist as part of the streamer’s vast catalog.

Along with his anti-Semitic remarks from the past couple of weeks, West said that George Floyd wasn’t murdered by police officers but rather died from fentanyl use. A $250 million lawsuit from the surviving family members of Floyd.

Thirsty will continue to monitor the ongoing fallout of Kanye’s latest remarks. Won’t get better for him anytime soon.

Is Netflix in the right regarding West’s documentaries? Sound off in the comments!

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Andre Porter

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