Jennifer Aniston got massively dragged after she called Jamie Foxx antisemitic

The whole thing started when Jamie Foxx posted an Instagram with this message: “They killed this dude name Jesus… what do you think they’ll do to you #fakefriends #fakelove.” Soon after he posted that, someone sent me the tip that Jennifer Aniston “liked” the post AND that Foxx’s post was “antisemitic.” While I didn’t think his post was antisemitic, I actually can understand why people might have thought it was questionable for a moment, although the hashtags kind of clue you in that Jamie is referencing Christ’s disciples betraying him. I basically thought “you know what, I’m going to mind my business on this one.” I’m glad I did, because what happened next was pretty funny.

So, apparently people started going into Aniston’s IG comments and asking her “why did you like that antisemitic post?” Aniston then raged out and posted this:

Yeah, she actually did “like” the initial post, then she made this furious post where it feels like she’s throwing Jamie under the bus, like he made some big Kanye-esque antisemitic statement. Around the same time, Jamie deleted the original Instagram and posted this note of apology and an explanation. I believe him.

Then, hilariously, everything turned on Aniston. It was like what happened to Zoe Kravitz last year when she was bitchy about Will Smith – Black Twitter had been waiting to drop receipts on Zoe, and it looks like they’d been waiting to drop receipts on Jennifer Aniston. Aniston follows a lot of hateful accounts on her Instagram, accounts that start and spread some really despicable smears against Angelina Jolie, Amber Heard and Meghan Markle. We already knew Aniston is pro-Johhny Depp too, and she’s very anti-Meghan as well. Well, Aniston got dragged throughout the weekend and it was glorious.

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  1. ThatsNotOkay says:

    When white people speak first about Black people’s actions….

    Just mind your damn business and wait, listen, and learn. Also, don’t center yourselves in other people’s issue and you might have a much better time in life.

    • Izzy says:

      I saw a post yesterday where someone explained the context of how the reference to them killing Jesus is often used by Black people referring to friends who betray them. I was yesterday years old when I learned that and found it really helpful. But even my prickly Jewish butt never thought Jamie Foxx was being anti-Semitic with that comment.

      • BothSidesNow says:

        @ Izzzy, see, this is where I try to stay out of anti-Semitism as I am not Jewish, unless it’s blatantly clear that it IS anti-Semitic at the heart of the statement. Unless the Jewish community calls out a statement, then I will fully stand behind it.

        The bottom line is that AJ should have kept her damn mouth shut. It had absolutely nothing to do with HER but she chose to become involved anyway. Except for the fact that it wasn’t actually her personal IG account that liked the comment that JF made.

      • Ennie says:

        @bothsides it is not AJ, it is JA

      • BothSidesNow says:

        @ Ennie, thank you for correcting me!! You are right!!

    • ThatsNotOkay says:

      And the irony of the post being about “fake friends.” That’s Aniston in a nutshell—the fakest Friend both on TV in her one successful show, and to Jamie Foxx.

      • StellainNH says:

        Exactly, @ThatsNotOkay, The hashtags say it all. Jaimie was writing about betrayal of alleged friends. When I read the hashtags, I didn’t read it as antisemitism, I read it as how he was betrayed from some fake friends. Aniston is so artificial, she may look attractive, but she has an ugly soul.

    • SamuelWhiskers says:

      She was receiving non stop abuse because people thought she’d liked a post that many people from a specific minority background found hurtful and racist. How is saying “I don’t condone antisemitism” centering herself?

      • Fabiola says:

        She was only defending herself. I don’t see anything wrong with what Jaume or Jen said. Jaime is talking about friends that are fake and betray you. if people automatically think it’s talking badly against Jews then that’s on them for having bad thoughts and trying to make Jaime and Jen both bad people

    • Sonni says:

      Wow lot of weird disinformation here, and saying that as someone who doesn’t like Aniston. A fan account liked the post originally and tons and tons of people called her on it. Why? Because what Jamie posted IS a huge antisemitic dog whistle, even if he didn’t mean it that way. When I saw his post I immediately thought it was antisemitic.

      Hopefully every one can use this as a learning opportunity. If you didn’t know that phrase was antisemitic now you do, and maybe you’ll be more mindful in the future.

      • ThatsNotOkay says:

        You’re calling the whole Black community antisemetic because you are ignorant of context and are centering yourself in narratives in which you do not fit. Step out of this one.

      • KFG says:

        @sonni no it’s only anitsemtic to yt ppl. Yall don’t know anything about black culture so inserting your bs into our lexicon is annoying and centering ytness. They crucified my lord is a black spiritual that black people reference when we are warning people about fake friends, not letting other people’s views of you shape your sense of self and to basically ignore the haters. If you weren’t so entrenched in centering your understanding of language and culture, you would shush. Stop inserting your nonsense into Black people’s business.

      • Sonni says:

        If there was a phrase widely used by non-black people that was only considered racist by black people, would you be so flippant?

        And fyi, I’m not white. But I do know Jewish people, one of my best friends was literally called “Jesus killer” when she was a kid.

      • K. Tate says:

        I have heard that phrase my whole life. I know that it is not intended to be antisemitic in our community. It is about “back biters” and two faced “friends.

      • Ennie says:

        Jennifer A’s reach (and any important celebrity for that matter) is not only in the USA, including Jamie’s. Comments without the context will confuse people. I am not American and I winced at the comment, trying to focus on the hashtags. I bet many, many of those millions followers of both of them are not black or even not American.

      • Chantal says:

        @Sonni. So you’re going to override the clear explanations given by other commenters about the context of this specific phrasing in the Black community, which you clearly know nothing about and are determined to ignore, bc someone called your friend, who was a child at the time, a Jesus killer? Sounds like whitesplaining, which is very offensive.

        First, most Black/African-Americans don’t separate White people into racial and ethnic groups. There’s no separate race/ethnic category for Jewish people on the U.S. Census form not on many other legal forms so they are White. And aside from ignorant Kanye, most Black Americans know that there were a few Jewish and White people marching and dying alongside our great Civil Rights leaders and workers in the 1960s. So Blacks and Jewish people were actually allies during that time. It’s racist propaganda and ignorance of history that claims otherwise. So to reiterate, in the Black community, that particular phrase refers to fake friends. Period. So if you continue to insist otherwise, that’s on you and is quite illuminating.

        @Ennie. The confusion is understandable. Which is why people are explaining it. Dismissing and refusing to accept the explanation about the context within Black American culture and doubling down on that refusal isnt acceptable.

      • Lens says:

        Same here. The first time I saw it I thought it was anti-Semitic. It wasn’t until I noticed the #fake friends thing but if people were calling her out because like me they took it wrong for liking it she should have just said “it wasn’t me” and well, I guess she did. Wow what a lot of hullabaloo. Makes you understand why people are not on any social media. She wasn’t for a long time.

      • mosia says:

        The fact that it’s used in black culture, doesn’t erase its antisemitic connotations. People worldwide, who never had anything to do with slave trading and black oppression, are learning and cleaning their languages from harmful and ignorant phrases. Is the same standard not applicable to the black community and antisemitism?

      • ThatsNotOkay says:

        No, it’s not, @mosia, because someone else co-opted the expression to mean something hateful—it’s been in the Black community long before it was ever used to target Jews. So how about you just find a way to live with context and not center your whiteness over something that doesn’t exist within it. And recognize not everything is about you and that context matters. You don’t get to take something else from other cultures just because someone else weaponizes it against you. Know your enemies and deal with them, not people minding their business.

    • AlpineWitch says:

      People make mountains out of molehills all the time nowadays… his post didn’t come across as antisemitic as the hashtags clearly indicated he was speaking about the disciples….

      Seriously, am I the only one who thought Jesus was killed by the Romans?? 🤔

      Aniston is pro-Depp so any backlash she got was very well-deserved karma.

      • Becks1 says:

        He was killed by the Romans, which is why saying “Jews killed Jesus” is considered antisemitic, because that’s been something used against the Jewish community for centuries. that they killed Jesus.

        But…..that’s not what Jamie Foxx said, he said “they killed Jesus” and then his hashtags made clear what he was talking about. I am not Black but I figured out his meaning pretty quickly because of those hashtags like you said. And like others have said on here, context matters.

      • AnneL says:

        I think it was sort of a combination of Jewish authorities and Romans?

        It’s been a long time, but that’s what I recall. The local Roman authority “Pontious Pilate” didn’t want to make the call so he let the jewish authorities do it. They sticklers weren’t keen on him because he wanted to shake things up in the Jewish religion. In the end, a lot of reforms were made that were in line with what Jesus wanted.

        If I’m wrong, please excuse me.

      • AlpineWitch says:

        To be honest, this is genuinely the first time I heard of it, Becks. I’ve no American/UK background and I am an Atheist, but I was taught at my Catholic catechism classes that Romans killed him as it was representing an issue due to rioting. I know that the opposite faction clearly betrayed Jesus.

        Sorry if it seems convoluted and I am not very good at expressing this…

        ETA: Annel, Romans didn’t allow any local authorities to rule beside them. It’s likely that someone suggested to the Roman authorities someone could become trouble but in no way they had a part in the decisions, that’s not how the Roman Empire functioned.

      • Becks1 says:

        @AnneL my Catholic school days are long behind me, but what I remember being taught from the Bible is close to what you said – that the Jewish leaders wanted him dead and so did the Romans. So its not completely black and white, but I am not sure this is the best place for an in depth discussion about the Bible, also because honestly I can’t remember what’s actually in each Gospel for this (I am not religious at all.) And then obviously whatever was in the Gospel doesn’t mean that’s how it actually happened, historically. (like I said, not religious at all.)

        but the point remains that for centuries, the “Jewish leaders wanted him dead” became “The Jews killed Jesus” which was then used against the Jewish communities. Its one of the reasons the movie the Passion of the Christ was considered so controversial, because it played into that narrative.

        And again to clarify I understand that’s not what Jamie said.

      • Nic919 says:

        During Palm Sunday when the gospel of the Passion of the Christ is read in full, it outlines how Judas sold out Jesus and he was arrested by the Romans and while the Jewish priests didn’t help him, Pontius Pilate was the main reason why he was killed. Reading “they killed Jesus” to only mean Jews wouldn’t match what is currently taught in Catholic Church.

        I learned a while back that the Latin missal was more overt and problematic but since most people were born after Vatican II, it’s not a current teaching.

      • GrnieWnie says:

        And Jesus was a Jew so I never got how emphasizing that “the Jews” killed Jesus made any sense. Theologically, the Jews are God’s chosen; just because Jesus started Christianity didn’t mean he hated Jews, aka himself. Biblically, it was the Romans who stabbed him to death on the cross. And Christianitally, lol, hello, wasn’t Jesus death foretold since the Old Testament? Wasn’t it fulfilling prophecy? Wasn’t it key to resurrection and salvation? Like if he didn’t die, there wouldn’t be Christianity so why would Christians be holding Jesus’ death against the Jews??

    • Taytanish says:

      LOL, is Jennifer Aniston still hang up on that Ange Jolie and Brad Pitt thing? LOL, too funny; aint she ever gonna grow up? Like, it happened in 2004, she dated other people after Brad Pitt, Brad Pitt is an ass anyways but whatever, like its so ancient Jenn needs to move on and stop with the Ange ha8!!
      Honestly, I just looked at the 2 hashtags and got clued in even before I read this entire post!! Not sure where Aniston would get the “Jamie Foxx is antisemitic” from. I mean, I guess, I understand why some might take Jamie’s post as antisemitic especially if they don’t read to the end, but again the 2 hashtags at the end are dead give away….

    • NotSoSocialB says:

      Seriously- this *cannot* be overstated.

  2. JennyJazzhands says:

    Can someone help me with the whole not “liking” the post on purpose or on accident? I mean…what?

    • Sierra says:

      Her brain has been fried due to years of alcohol and weed.

      Have you ever seen her interviews? She mumbles a lot and it seems that she writes the same way.

    • Pinkosaurus says:

      I am also confused what that means? Either she or someone on her team liked that post. If it wasn’t her, why not call it a whoopsie and move on? How does this make sense trying to gaslight the world that the like didn’t happen when there are receipts?

    • SamuelWhiskers says:

      According to what I read elsewhere, it was a fan account with her name.

    • Kebbie says:

      I read she never actually “liked” the post at all. Not sure if that’s accurate or not.

  3. Southern Fried says:

    Just let me add Karen Aniston also supports Brad Pitt the abuser of his ex wife and children. She’s dirt.

  4. Lala11_7 says:

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  5. Sierra says:

    Angelina Jolie drops mike and walks away.

    Both Jennifer & Brad used CAA and unleashed a massive smear campaign against Angie since 2004. And now, they themselves have been gradually exposed for their true self.

    As an Angelina fan, I feel vindicated because we have been saying for years that Jen is vile, racist and a typical Karen.

    Jen has been cancelled on all social media and by majority people of colour. Black Twitter has been on fire for 3 days straight and it was glorious to see her downfall.

    May her & Brad get together and disappear into oblivion at sunset 🥂

    • Jessica says:

      Ummm what. Brad smeared Angelina in 2004 when he was leaving his wife for her??

      Or did Brad smear Jen and be insensitive in 2004 and then turned around and did the same thing to Angelina.

      • ACB says:

        Umm, he’s doing it now since he was exposed for being abusive. Oh yeah, he allowed her racist friends to talk about her kids of color.

      • Jessi says:

        Aniston smeared Pitt, dragged him and said her 3’s “blowed’, and mocked his hair. She mocked and smeared Pitt first. Pitt never said anything about her. Not one thing.

    • K. Tate says:

      @ ACB No he didn’t?!!? What friends? As if I needed another reason to rage when I see his dumb face on some site. 😤

      • AC says:

        @ K. Tate, sorry, but she did. She said she was close to him and that he was like her brother. Her old friend Chelsea Handler did that all the time, what did she do? Laugh and we saw it on her show, so please—-She did!

      • ACB says:

        @K. Tate. It happened and your response is the problem. You would rather believe that thr Karen wouldn’t do anything but you are wrong. Her friend Chelsea Handler called zahara a monkey and made reference to 12 yrs a slave as she laughed. Brad Pitt is constantly saying stuff in the news like this week saying she’s going to drag out a divorce when they are already divorced. Like she’s trying to take the winery away from him but he walked away when she wouldn’t sign an NDA. and the court granted her permission to sell it.So for you to say “No” it didn’t is not true. Every week, he saying Jolie and Jolie that, and she never me mentions him. Anniston, follows sites that drag AJ. Believe what you want because it’s certainly not the truth.

    • kel says:

      His big mistake was staying silent while his friends humiliated and were racist towards children. He never defended angelina or the kids.

      If he loves his children, so why he never puts them as a priority? why didn’t he defend them? Maybe because defending his family would mean going up against his beloved fawning hollywood friends?

    • Ange says:

      It was her admitting early on she knew Brad didn’t cheat but letting the media and everyone else paint Angie as a home wrecker for literal years (while she was happily wrecking Justin Theroux’s home) that did it for me.

  6. Newt says:

    I have always thought Jennifer seems phony. The way she talks, the way she gives interviews…just seems phony. Whereas Jamie Foxx has always seemed sincere and genuine.

    The litmus for me is people liking or following Meghan Markle hate groups and posts. Meghan has never seemed anything but genuine and real to me. When she was explaining during their doc Harry & Meghan that there was no version of her joining the RF and embarrassing them. She wanted to blend in and stay in the background. She even wore muted color clothing to just blend in as she said. She had no control over the popularity she and Harry had during her time in the UK.

    If JA is liking MM hate comments and accounts, that tells me all I need to know.

    • seaflower says:


    • Anna says:

      Same! An opinion on Meghan Markle is a litmus test: if you don’t have an opinion, we’re probably good. But if you pull out tabloid talking points, it’s on sight.

    • Jk says:

      Same!!!!! Angelina and Meghan for me.

    • Jais says:

      Same. It’s the Meghan-litmus. Sounds like BP was not the only one missing a sensitivity chip. Like recognizes like, I guess.

    • Jessi says:

      Yes, there’s her friend Handler and now her liking hate against Meghan Markle. And she says she doesn’t like doing any hate? Aniston is an absolute LIAR.

  7. Izzy says:

    I’m Jewish and particularly sensitive about the blood libel smears that are a part of Ant-Semitism, having had those thrown in my face before. Even I didn’t look at Jamie Foxx’s post and think of that kind of anti-Semitism. And that was before I got to the hashtags. I don’t know what the heck Aniston was on about.

    We usually recognize anti-Semitism when we see it. We get it thrown at us often enough. But not many people were going there with his post. I guess I could see how MAYBE at first glance it could be mistaken for it, but not when you look at the hashtags.

    • pyritedigger says:

      I don’t think Jamie was being antisemitic, but using “they” and then saying “killed Jesus” was very, very unfortunate since he was just talking about fake friends, but these are classic antisemitic tropes. Should have just said “Judas.” Nazis and bigots everywhere jumped on his statement because this is literally the same rhetoric that these types use. Then when he apologized these scumbags are claiming “they” got to Jamie.

      As for Jennifer Aniston, she is just a rich, clueless woman who should stay out of things.

  8. Amy Bee says:

    Well deserved. She’s such a fraud.

  9. Nori says:

    She must hate Meghan a lot so much that she’d follow sites that also hate her? Hasn’t she got better things to do with her life?💩

    • Izzy says:

      Not really. Her career never really launched after Friends, she just kind of wallows in the memories of that show and its overwhelming whiteness.

      • girl_ninja says:

        Well that’s no true. She’s doing better than wallowing. She’s not a bit movie star but those are rare anyway. She does just fine with her cheesy Adam Sandler movies and that Apple show. She still sucks, but she does fine.

      • Newt says:

        Not that I want to give her any credit, but she seems to be a regular working actor and seems to have worked more than any other actor from Friends since the show ended. I’m sure a lot of the reason has to do with who she knows as opposed to her acting abilities. She’s tight with a lot of directors and decision makers.

      • Ennie says:

        That forever “girl” has milked being brad pitt’s wife/ex to the moon and back. She’s not harmless. She did better because she was cast as part of the main love couple in the show, and she milked her “wronged” woman trope even when she herself stomped over her boyfriend’s long term relationship. She just was a drink away of an IG mess.
        P.s. what Josephine in the comment balow said. 100%

  10. Josephine says:

    social media does not forget. the best part of this is people reminding everyone that she has a history of liking problematic and hateful crap directed at other women. she always made a big deal about being part of a tight girl group but that girl group has always looked like a bunch of mean girls to me.

  11. s808 says:

    she liked the post cause she knew what he meant. those of us that can read know he meant. very slimy of her to throw him under the bus cause other people misunderstood. yknow kinda like a fake friend jaime was talking about.

  12. Mrs. Smith says:

    JA is anti-Meghan? I knew about the Johnny Depp support, but I was in the dark about the Meghan stuff. Like what? It’s a red flag for me when someone who doesn’t know MM likes or supports the smear campaign against her. It makes no sense…unless you’re a racist. I wrote her off entirely after that cutesy Brad/Jen ploy at the award shows last year (can’t remember which one). They both were so smug about it and this was after the news of the plane incident was known. 🙄

    • EliseM says:

      @Mrs.Smith thank you for pointing all of that out. Jen had NO problem flirting with Pitt to “get back” at Angie. I “get” why she would do that; I simply am at a loss over what she has against Meghan. They are years apart in age, completely different talents, what would be her beef? Anyone have a clue?

  13. SamuelWhiskers says:

    The account that liked the post wasn’t hers, it was a fan account with her name.

    She was absolutely dragged for DAYS for “liking an antisemitic post”.

    If you woke up to a million angry comments accusing you of “ liking an antisemitic post” and raking you over the coals for being racist, of course you would make a post saying “I don’t condone antisemitism.” Of course you would.

    It’s not her fault he then came forward and said “my post that contained a phrase that is very very commonly used as an antisemitic dog whistle wasn’t meant that way, in the black community that particular phrase has a different meaning.”

    If you were accused of liking a racist post and facing a scandal are you really telling me you wouldn’t do exactly what she did?

    Damned if she does and damned if she doesn’t. She was bullied into apologising for liking a “racist post” that she didn’t even like, then bullied just for saying she doesn’t condone racism.

    As an Orthodox Jewish woman the glee here is terrifying. People really enjoyed watching a black man get torn to shreds, now they’re gleefully popping popcorn watching a woman torn to shreds for saying “I don’t condone racism”, without a single concern for the way this debate is being manipulated to pit two minority groups against each other.

    • ACB says:

      That’s just it. It wasn’t antisemitic, and it’s something that we say in our community. Jamie only came out to apologize after she made a big statement. She chose to be a Karen. She doesn’t know anything about our community, so she shouldn’t have inserted herself into something.

      • mosia says:

        In my mother tongue, we use a lot of abhorrent racist language, you would never know from today’s usage, unless you trace back to its origin. People actively don’t know; they are being educated and clean it up. Is that not the standard black people should also be held when it comes up to antisemitic language?

    • Coco says:

      @ SamuelWhiskers

      It was not a fan account it, was her account which is why Jen didn’t say it wasn’t her account in her comment. The whole fan account is her PR team putting that out to separate her from this.

      Just like it wasn’t a fan/fake account that likes/ followed an anti-Maggie IG account or like anti-Jolie, anti-Amber, and pro-Depp posted this is all Jen.

    • kirk says:

      Thanks for clarifying the fan account thing. When Aniston came out saying she never ‘liked’ the Jamie Foxx post that was scraped up by some inflammatory website, I took her word for it. Even though I have no social media accounts (except comments here), I’ve always assumed it would be fairly easy to fake someone else if you want to stir the pot. Obviously there’s more than one pot-stirrer in this mix: the ‘fan’ account setting Aniston up as a bigot, and the inflammatory website “A Wider Frame” that purposely scrapes up SM posts they brand “horrifically antisemitic.” Wouldn’t put it past “A Wider Frame” to alter scraped SM posts to be even more inflammatory, because obviously if it bleeds it leads.
      Meanwhile, hope Foxx is recovered from his medical problems, or on the mend.

    • Pajalakenora says:

      Well said~ thank you.

  14. girl_ninja says:

    I did not know about Aniston not liking Meghan enough to follow a hate IG and like their posts. What the f*ck could Meghan have possibly done to her? Petty-ass loser. I’m now waiting for that fraud Sarah Michelle Gellar to be exposed for her Meghan hate too. Another hating-ass white lady.

    • Persephone says:

      @Girl_Ninja Megan is a biracial woman that a lily white prince leave a family to be with her and ADORES her. Does Jennifer have that?
      For that matter, what did Megan do to Bethenny or Katie Perry?

      • Bee says:

        Bethenny is an idiot who is gagging for attention. She had a small amount of success and is now irrelevant, and she can’t stand it.

        It’s fascinating to learn of the differing views on the phrase about Jesus. It is used a LOT by actual racists. But I can believe Jamie didn’t mean it that way. So this is just unfortunate all the way around.

  15. Thinking says:

    Who was the friend that betrayed him and what did they do? That is what I’d like to know…

    • ACB says:

      I never liked her and the fact that she has her friends drag Angelina’s kids of color pissed me off as a person of color. Living Single was trending this weekend too. I bet she didn’t know that was the idea for Friends. All she had to do was mind her business but she chose to be a Karen. She likes sites that are anti Amber, Angelina, Angelina kids, Megan Markle, and Prince Harry. Probably because he dared to marry a woman of color

  16. Richard says:

    Aniston will be angry and pressed forever because Jolie is better than her.

  17. Elsa says:

    I didn’t find anything about this remotely humorous. The antisemitism in the comments on instagram and on twitter were horrifying. Example: “the Jews did kill Jesus. Where’s the lie?” I love Jamie Fox and accept his apology but for many people that was a clear dog whistle. Casual antisemitism is everywhere and people just act like it’s part of the common vernacular.

    • KFG says:

      You don’t get to misunderstand Black culture and cloak yourself in the protection of oh I thought it was antisemitism. Google Black spiritual “were you there,” read the lyrics and reflect on how you center whiteness in other cultures. We don’t have the history of antisemitism because we are victims of racism. Stop centering your interpretation of Black culture.

      • Sonni says:

        Did you…..did you just say black people don’t have a history of antisemitism? No obviously not ALL black peolle, but you’re gonna act like Louis Farrakhan and Nation of Islam don’t exist??????

      • Spillthattea says:

        Really at its core this is about white people wilfully sublimating black culture with their own (over)reaction. It was very clear what he meant unless you made the effort to misinterpret it.

      • Covo says:

        @ Sonni

        It’s a saying that has been used in the Black church especially the southern black church, Caribbeans, and the Mexican church for decades. Not once has it ever been about Jewish people or antisemitic .

      • Elsa says:

        There it is. YOU don’t get to wash away antisemitism because you want to. This is incredibly insulting and antisemitic. Read the comments on insta and twitter and see how it goes way past black culture and into how Jews control everything. This is enraging. .

      • Spillthattea says:

        @elsa save your outrage. No one is “washing away” antisemitism. It just didn’t happen In. This. Instance.
        Not everything is about one thing.

    • Josephine says:

      people are incredibly stupid – it is a dog whistle and it is a complete lie. that so many still think that Jewish people killed Jesus is yet another sign of just how unevolved and hateful we are.

      i do hope that the phrase – which according to some posters above is known in the Black community as a sign of betrayal — is retired.

      • KFG says:

        Umm, Jesus was Jewish. Black people are NOT THE PERPETRATORS OR CREATORS OF ANTISEMITIC. We use our cultural references very differently. Just bc you center whiteness and white supremacy in your language and culture doesn’t mean Black people do. Remember, Hitler killed all of the Black and biracial Germans first, so we were and are in a similar boat. You don’t get to misinterpret our culture and accuse us of what your culture does.

      • Josephine says:

        @ KFG – just to be clear, i was not suggesting that Jamie used it as a dog whistle or that he or the Black community as a whole is anti-semetic. My point is that the phrase is commonly used as a dog-whistle and a particularly nasty one at that, so yea, I wish there would be a replacement.

      • Imara219 says:

        @KFG yeah I agree. This whole thing is bizarre. With these types of accusations we have to take in the full cultural context of the person speaking. We do this with language everyday.

        When people in the Twitter responses were trying to pull “well actually this is a phrase used against Jews for a 1000 years and you cant tell me what it means outside of that bubble,” it bothered me. That insiautes that Black people magically appeared 400 years ago, that Black people weren’t around 1000 years ago, or that Black people weren’t present before or during Biblical times. It insinuates that our culture and language is a recent phenomenon and not a living breathing record.

    • Mrs knight says:

      The ‘many people’ who think Jewish ppl killed Jesus – are generally white (and yes a few Nation of Islam folks and Black Israelites – all fringe religions). Take it up with them. Black Christian’s are not the same. Context matters.

  18. Mrs knight says:

    This was such a wild ride. Every Black person knew what Jamie meant. And the Black church is not specifically anti Semitic. I’d even say Jewish ppl are not even thought of with most segments of Black Christianity. Definitely no one in the Black culture connects Jewish ppl to killing Christ. Only (some) White Christian’s do that. Someone mentioned it’s because of how hateful/othering racists are with the word ‘they.’ Either way, save that vitriol for the real antisemites and welcome to the wonderful world of AAVE. Honestly, Kanye is to blame for these assumptions.

    • Imara219 says:

      I was so perplexed by people thinking this was antisemitic I went all the way back to my youth spent days in the church services (Black Southern Nondenominational). I was wracking my brain trying to figure out why people thought he meant the Jews in this context because I swear that just wasn’t even my first thought.

    • Nic919 says:

      Mel Gibson said literal antisemitic things that can’t be misunderstood and he got so much less heat. And he’s the one who tried to bring in the antisemitism of the pre Vatican II mass into the Passion of the Christ. Maybe we should focus on that mess and not Jamie Foxx quoting a black church saying.

  19. Loretta says:

    Jennifer Aniston is your typical Karen. She likes anti-Meghan, anti-Jolie and pro-Depp posts and then portrays herself as a victim in the media.

  20. Imara219 says:

    The huge part of this is context. White supremacists use that comment in a different contexual meaning and with different phrasing than us in the Black community. So when we look at the entire cultural context, a Black man with a friendly rep who grew up in a Black Christian home, in addition to the hashtags , is all quite clear what he meant. It was basic reading comphrension. The underlying issue is that the larger ethnic community, white people, do not respect nor properly acknowledge AAVE as an official language. The larger community does not respect or recognize Black people and culture. We have to constantly adjust ourselves to how that larger community uses language; even when they misconstrue our language, we have to apologize.

  21. Beverley says:

    I’m never surprised when white people like Jennifer Aniston know nothing about Black culture, but feel they can arbitrate Black culture. We Black folks are the content creators of our culture, but somehow Karens have made themselves the moderators. This is a perfect example.

  22. AmyB says:

    When I read Fox’s comment here, knowing the history of Jesus, and how he was betrayed by Judas, I certainly didn’t take it as anti-Semitic. I never knew Aniston followed anti-Meghan, anti-Jolie, and pro-Depp stuff online (I just don’t follow or care about her that much) – but ugh, that is so gross. I honestly do not get the hate over Meghan Markle one bit, and to me, it says more about that person than Meghan. Same with Jolie. And Jonny Depp is an addict and abuser, in my book so yeah, no thanks.

    After Aniston remained friendly with Pitt, despite his abusive behavior in his divorce from Angelina Jolie, I lost whatever respect I had for her.

  23. Amy Bee says:

    Jennifer Aniston needs some black friends.

    • Coco says:

      Like she would even 😂😂 The Jen was in/at famous photo of Kristen Bell’s Idaho Dinner all-white Hollywood dinner and has been photographed at many of all white party that did have not one person of the global majority at these events .

      Not to mention she was ok with her friend calling a black child a monkey.

    • Ameerah M says:

      We don’t want her a$$.

    • Chanteloup says:

      But they definitely don’t need her

  24. Southern Fried says:

    Back in the day Aniston’s dear friend POS Chelsea Handler publicly denigrated numerous women on her tv show, not to their faces of course. It was absolutely awful, classic ugly mean girl garbage. CH’s guests/friends (and Aniston) would sit there giggling along with the nasty remarks regarding women they were obviously jealous of, Angelina being one. I wish some of those clips would surface. Both CH andJA showed exactly who they are, trash.

    • Ponsby says:

      I had this same thought, I remembered Jennifer Aniston and Chelsea Handler and how deeply problematic and tone deaf their whole schtick was. I can’t believe Chelsea Handler even gets work anymore after all of her bizarre white performative ally garbage – “hello privilege it’s me Chelsea?” and then all of her bizarre problematic “jokes” – YIKES – I keep waiting for a Jennifer Garner moment like this too. That video of her interrupting Regina King to ask her “no, but where are your ancestors really from?” My eyes rolled permanently into the back of my head with that.

      • Ameerah M says:

        That Regina King thing was taken out of context though. The entire show was about them asking each other about their ancestry. That’s legit the whole topic.

    • Coco says:

      As I said above Chelsea Handler called Zahara a monkey on her old show and
      referred to Maddox as racial slurs as well during her time has Jen attach dog.

      In 2014 Chelsea Handle twitted Congratulations #12yearsaslave Go to Africa or buy her book. She has made many other racist comments.

      I was a surprised when I heard about Jennifer Garner comments to Regina King.

  25. Pippa says:

    I would love to see Angelina, Amber and Meghan do a podcast or something together and just talk about everything they´ve been through the last ten years or so. I would pay for that.

  26. SIde Eye says:

    Liking anti-Meghan posts is a huge red flag for me too. MM is a litmus test that many people fail, including JA. Something about Meghan really triggers aging WW even her own SIL.

    Aniston became famous being on a show that centered/promoted Whiteness and that was in the 1990s you guys! Not 1962 or 1968. The 1990s! The only person in that group that fought for POC to be on that show was David Schwimmer. These people had a ton of power and the only person who stood up for what was right was David. I remember Oprah telling them: “I want you to get a Black friend” and I was so happy Oprah said something. The show was set in NYC FFS!!!

    Not only that, some of those jokes – think back on them – when was Monica considered ugly? When she had curly hair and was heavier – nothing uglier than curly hair you guys! The Phoebe character was super annoying and not funny and it used to make me cringe when they called her Phoebes. Monica was a horrible actress not at all believable as a chef. JA was better and had comedic timing, but still all the women had their arms crossed in almost every scene – their default stance when they are having a conversation. The best actor on that show was Matthew Perry too bad he’s proven himself to be a Keanu Reeves hater and downright petty.

    I hate when that show comes on Nickelodeon at night and I have to wait for this foolishness to end to watch Mike and Molly and Mom. Okay I’m done ranting about friends lol. But damn it was 1990. WTF.

    I also think she should have made a public statement when Chelsey Handler was making racist jokes about Angelina’s kids and she should have called it out in real time. Her failure to act is coming back to bite her now. Reminds me of FB and all those White friends who speak out about everything but were completely silent when their classmates were calling Trayvon Martin a thug or blaming unarmed Black people shot by police for their own deaths. It wasn’t until Ahmaud Arbury when the whole world called this out and they saw they were on the wrong side of history that they spoke up like they’ve been in the trenches all along. Now they want to go to lunch. Get bent. Seriously, I’m not your Black friend or the person you point to like the RF’s diversity photo ops when you get called called out on your crap. JA reminds me exactly of those people. A coward when her voice in needed but adds her voice joining wherever the tide is turning once the majority has joined in.

  27. Mel says:

    What was unclear in Jamie Foxx’s post? It was about shady people who pretend to be your friend and then betray you, it had NOTHING to do with any one being Jewish and it was NOT a statement about Jewish people. Folks need to learn to read and comprehend before they got to the outrage meter and open their mouth.

    • ME says:

      People are looking to be angry. I guess it gives them the energy they need? It’s all so insane. Maybe this is Jen’s time. I don’t think she ever really gets backlash does she? It’s an odd one to finally “cancel” her for but I think people have wanted to cancel her for a while but she some how always escaped it lol. I don’t have much sympathy for anyone in Hollywood. It comes with the territory. I do wonder though, what is wrong with humanity? Why are we all so angry and unhinged…literally over anything.

  28. Is that so? says:

    Seeing the betrayal of Jesus as an interpersonal dynamics between him and Judas is not just an African American interpretation, It is an African diasporic interpretation.

    Maybe that’s because the shackles were often accompanied by Christianity, and Black Christians identified with the Jews as enslaved people who were freed through God’s intervention, traditionally, we don’t see the crucifixion as being about antisemitism. I mean, Jesus was born, lived, and died of Jew. He never wanted to be anything else.

    I don’t know if white folks use the term “Judas“ as frequently and as emphatically as black folks do when calling out that back-stabbers, but that is one of our key perspective on the crucifixion. Our sermons are rarely about the political machinations that led to Jesus’s death. It is about the turning against Jesus by his disciples. It is about the move from, “hosanna“ to “Barabbas“. It’s about Peter’s predicted denial thrice on the cock’s crow. It’s about Thomas’ doubt.

    I acknowledge the danger and the pain that comes with the antisemitic dog whistle off, “killing Christ” but it makes me truly uncomfortable when one group insists that another group give up their cultural traditions and interpretations and adhere to their perspective.

  29. B says:

    Whether its Black people or Jewish people each minority group has their pain, trauma, and trigger words. That’s why Jaime apologized and explained in detail what his post meant. He didn’t apologize and explain because his comments were antisemitic. He did it because his wording was triggering to a demographic that is constantly dealing with abuse. Its human nature to apologize if you hurt someone by accident.

    Thats what Jennifer Aniston should have done. If she liked a post that others claimed were antisemitic she should have just apologized and explained she understood it to be about xyz and left it alone. BUT she did not do that she wrote a garbled message that gave the impression that Jaime’s post WAS antisemitic and served him up to her 40M+ followers to shift focus.

    People were understandably outraged with her for two reasons. 1. she understood the original intent behind the message but caved when she got a little pushback. 2. by caving on the meaning of the message she threw a man who nearly DIED a few months ago and who is still recovering under the bus. Then you combine that with people dropping receipts about her being very happy to tolerate hate when its against women she dislikes and its paint all her actions in a very ugly self serving light.

    Jennifer closed her comments but she will be fine. Her team is already doing clean up and hopefully she will do better in the future. I also hope both Black and Jewish people learned and got some insight into how each group views these words so they can be used and received in the way they are intended. We have to try to understand each other because “Effie we’ve all got pain” and its not going away anytime soon.

  30. Happyoften says:

    So, to sum up. Jaime posted something, fake Jen liked it, people came hard for real Jen, real Jen slammed on the brakes IN CAPS….. and now is in trouble.

    I get that real Jen is side eye personified, but I can’t blame her on this. This is gonzo.

    • Ameerah M says:

      Actually what she could have done is minded her own business and simply said it wasn’t her account. INSTEAD she made a point of posting an IG story TO HER 2.5 MILLION FOLLOWERS essentially calling what he said anti-Semitic.

    • Coco says:

      It was not a fake accident did you notice that she didn’t once say that it was fake account that like Jamie’s post?

      Funny how this whole fake accounts didn’t come up until days Lateran not right away? This her PR team at work.

      • Ameerah M says:

        I didn’t think it was a fake account either – but that’s the story she is trying to spin. And she still comes out looking terrible in it.

  31. L4Frimaire says:

    It’s been crazy on Twitter/X. Had no idea what the context was when saw her getting dragged other than to stay out of things that don’t concern you. Everyone and their mama coming out to say what a hater she is towards other women and they always considered her a mediocre nepo baby. She even closed her comments. I just find her so dull.

  32. Bonsai Mountain says:

    But didn’t she do this last election when she said I hope no-one’s voting for Kanye (a black man) instead of simply saying she hopes no-one votes for Trump, the real white supremacist problem? And Kanye actually fired back at her? I’m sorry if I’m remembering this wrong, but there are certain celebrities that are very comfortable throwing black people and other minorities under the bus under the guise of being liberal. They never say anything about the white people with institutional power maintaining the actual racist status quo. She’s definitely one.

  33. Goldie says:

    It wasn’t a fan account. It was clearly Jennifer’s instagram handle. If it was a fan account, she would have stated that clearly, instead of the word salad that she released. She should have just released a statement similar to Jamie’s.

  34. Meg says:

    Why are there not screenshots of the hate pages jennifer follows or their posts that she’s liked? I need to see this

  35. kel says:

    I hate all this internet cancellation, but I feel like Jenifer deserved it. She is treated like she is the most special person in the world and she has done nothing to deserve it. I always thought she was just PR juice.

    All these years Jenifer has been acting like a victim, but she’s just a child of Hollywood who knows how things work and accepts being part of the game because she benefits..

    She’s that typical Hollywood Karen who thinks the world is based on her neighborhood and her white friends are the most special. Now she’s getting this backlash now for not opening up to other cultures and allowing herself to be more than just the girl on Friends with the trendy hair who’s been traded for another, prettier, more interesting woman.

  36. J says:

    I dont get why this is blowing up. Someone said SHEwas antisemitic and she responded to defend herself. How on earth is she suddenly being canceled? This whole thing is dumb

    • ME says:

      It’s really dumb. People are angry with their own lives and need a venue to lash out. Every week it’s a new celeb to go after. I’m not a huge Jennifer Aniston fan at all, but this whole thing makes zero sense to me. Was it even her real verified account that liked Jamie’s post?

      • ACB says:

        People are not just trying to find something because they are not happy with their lives. The way that the both of you casually think that, is the problem until it happens to you. Stop being part of the problem because it’s not happening to you and it’s not about canceling just anybody, It’s about being help accountable for your actions!

  37. Kingston says:

    I was waiting to see someone make this point! that if only Jamie had added the hashtag #judas.

    In my predominantly christian- sanctimonious/hypocritical society everyone can cite Bible verses and tell Bible stories. And the fact that Jesus was famously betrayed by Judas….one of his best disciples… a signal lesson that everyone knows about and uses when they need to make a point about fake friends/betrayal by a once best-friend.

    In fact, just by cursing out someone and calling them a “judas” tells every onlooker what that person is being accused of.

    What I didn’t know, however, is that this very story is used by antisemites in their vilification of the Jews; and that the Jews are hyper-sensitive to it.

    Live-and-learn I guess.

  38. JM says:

    Add Jennifer Aniston to the long list of people I inexplicably didn’t like but got bad vibes from that turned out to be right.

  39. Bingo says:

    When I was a kid growing up in a protestant church and went to a protestant private school during my elementary years. Our teachers and Pastor taught us that Pontius Pilot turned to the Jewish leaders. And they condemned him as not the son of God. And ol’ PP ‘washed his hands of him’ Condemning him to the crucifix. In their declaration.

    And if I was taught that, I can only imagine how many other churches did some version of that. Leading people to believe it was the Jews who killed Jesus not the Romans.

    Now this is just the kid me remembering since I have not bought into any religion for decades. Since I think Jesus is as real as the Easter Bunny.

    Just want to give some context why when putting out statements. Intent can so easily be twisted. By the way, people perceive it through their background and upbringing.

  40. GDubslady says:

    Saying ” they killed Jesus” is not about “Who” killed Jesus. It’s about the fact that a ” perfect and totally ritcheous man” was still murdered and destroyed and had enemies at every level of society and even within his own camp who actively participated in his destruction. The lesson of the statement is that the best of people still have fr(enemies) who will seek their destruction. Yes, its that deep.

  41. Andrea says:

    “Were You There When They Crucified My Lord?”

    This old spiritual changed my life. I will spare you the details on how it was changed but I will give you the background.

    This weekend I saw the chatter about Aniston and Foxx but I didn’t know what actual post said until I read it Sunday evening on my was to Mass. I then asked my family in the car what their thoughts were on the post.

    Throughout Mass I was preoccupied with own thoughts on his post. After Mass we linger on the plaza and have fellowship in the warm summer nights. I asked others what their first impressions were, finally I asked my grandmother and she took a deep sigh and said I thought we were past that long ago…huh?

    I then spent the night learning why I never went to church with my grandparents and other aunts and uncles since 1976. The year of my First Holy Communion was the last I was in church with all of them. All because of one of my favorite hymns, it brings me to tears sometimes..”it causes me to tremble”

    During Lent of 1976 our church pastor decided we would no longer include this hymn in our parish liturgy. Even though “Were You There” is the only African American spiritual hymn included in the Catholic Liturgy of the Hours.

    My parents and others left the parish church and on Good Friday the First African Methodist Episcopal Church in Oakland invited Catholic parishioners to service venerating the Cross and singing the hymn.

    My entire family dynamic changed. We moved to another church and school, I grew up separately from my cousins and the branch of family essentially… but here are some links to this story,Christ's%20passion%2C%20it%20is%20incomplete.

  42. Jaded says:

    Remember when JA used her then BFF Chelsea Handler to attack Angelina Jolie incessantly? That kinda says it all about the person JA is. Her friendship with Handler didn’t last, I’m sure they ended up mean-girling themselves or JA saw she was being tainted by association, but it seems rich to me JA has exposed herself as the shrew she really is underneath that sweet, funny persona. The fact that she goes after Meghan is a huge racist giveaway, and she can respond with all the indignation she can muster but she inadvertently revealed the real JA and it’s not pretty.

    • J says:

      But wasn’t Angie the other woman? I mean, that is good reason to be pissed at her is all. I would not be able to just roll over if someone did same to me or to my friends. Even though I do think Angie has evolved well and I like her NOW.

      • Coco says:


        Courteney Cox who is JA best friend said from the beginning that there was not cheating. Years later Jen her self came out and said their was no cheating. Also there is no excuse for racism CH wasn’t a friend but a attack dog.

      • Coco says:

        @ J

        Here is what Jennifer Aniston said in a interview in 2015

        ( The divorce from Brad Pitt: “We’re not in daily communication. But we wish nothing but wonderful things for each other. Nobody did anything wrong. You know what I mean? It was just like, sometimes things [happen]. If the world only could just stop with the stupid, soap-opera bullsh-t. There’s no story. I mean, at this point it’s starting to become — please, give more credit to these human beings.)

    • dj says:

      @ Jaded Thank you. That is my memory as well. I was done with both of them when CH kept calling Angie a Tuesday on her show. and kept making fun of the children.

      • J says:

        I see what you are saying, definitely not ok what CH was doing. Was JA really part of it ?

      • Coco says:

        @ J

        Yes CH was Jen attack dog. She was saying everything Jen couldn’t with out backlash. Hence why their friendship ended when AJ spit with Pitt she was no long need.

      • Jessi says:

        J, Aniston walked out on stage grinning like a cheshire cat after Handler’s intro (that attacked Jolie), at least two separate tmes, so it happened more than once and Aniston okayed the intro clearly, to go back a second time.

  43. Ann h says:

    I never believe anything JA says. I never understood that she said she was MARRIED to Justin, and it was bs. No marriage, no divorce. She was going to have kids with Brad, and then signed up for 8 movies back to back. That doesn’t exactly scream motherhood. She rode the “poor me” for years, and then flew across the country to poach Justin from Heidi. She stayed at her friend’s house in Mexico, and he was the guy that shot “girls gone wild” and film underage girls after they got them drunk. She used to make fun of Judy Garland’s drinking, and then appear on late night talk shows and award shows drunk. She dropped Ellen when she was in trouble, and then when things settled down, she came back on Ellen hugging and kissing her and saying how much she loved her. Jen’s a fake friend. Now she’s lying again. Never seen anyone milk the same old stories year after year to stay in the tabs. Glad she got called out. She’s the only celebrity that said Retard and get away with it when talking about her fashion.

  44. RoyalBlue says:

    It was not to be taken literally. It was a metaphor. Listen, when Jessica Pearson said, and I quote “The only thing I’m prepared to do is give you a chance to come to Jesus. And you’re looking at her” she was not proselytizing.

  45. justwhy says:

    Hello lovely CB team, I’d also be curious to hear your thoughts on the OTHER Jennifer’s recent drama following a resurfaced clip from the past:

  46. kd says:

    All things being equal, we must take “30 pieces of silver” out of our lexicon. While I haven’t heard that term in decades, I am striking it from my internal Rolodex (yes I’m ancient) – and will encourage my network to do so as well.

  47. Monlette says:

    It was a poor choice of words, but he owned up to it and apologized.

    It was clear from the hash tags he didn’t mean to bring up the blood libel. Frankly, that was my first impression of his words, but I think people should be tolerant of other people’s unintended offenses, because correcting those unintended offenses is how people grow and become less prejudiced in their actions.

  48. b says:

    Jamie Foxx’s post is absolutely anti-Semitic…..

    • Coco says:

      No it wasn’t it’s.

      Is that so, myself and other have said it is a saying that has been used in the Black church , Mexican church and in the Caribbean and has roots in Africa and not one time has ever had to do with Jewish people or meant anything anti-Semitic.

      • FINA says:

        Sorry celebitchies, but this phrase is antisemitic. And has been used this way since the early days of Christianity. Long before Black people were Christian. While I absolutely believe that the Black community never consciously used it with antisemitic intent, it is still just antisemitic. So what I understand here, is that the Black community, when they were forced to become Christians aim the days of slavery, founded their own Christian churches and in those this saying was used without antisemitic intent. This does not erase the centuries old antisemitic history of this sentence though. Again going back centuries before Black Christian churches existed. There are sentences like „the black sheep of the family“ used by many without any racist intent, just because black sheep are very rare. It is still understood that the root is probably racist and thus the sentence should no longer be used. The same should happen to this sentence. You just should not use it. No matter your intent or the context in which your community uses it, this sentence is and has been used as antisemitic dogwhistle since 500ad.

      • Coco says:


        Just a little information.

        Christianity first arrived in North Africa, in the 1st or early 2nd century AD. The Christian communities in North Africa were among the earliest in the world.

        No it’s not antisemitic. I also take about it being used in the Caribbean and Mexican communities too (Again it’s never meant anything Jewish people.) ,but no word on that only focus on the Black people.

  49. Moira's Rose's Garden says:

    OK Am I the only person in 2023 who thought that that Jamie Foxx used the pronoun his fake friend uses? Not sure how a crapton of people automatically assume that “they” is referring to a group when there are a number of individuals whose pronoun is “they.”
    (FWIW, I didn’t see it as being antisemetic because of the hashtags.)

  50. mander says:

    JA sure takes up a lot of space rent free on this site. The hatred is unreal. But it IS CeleBITCHY I guess…..

    • kel says:

      Jenifer is never criticized, don’t start with victimization. She is at the center of a controversy right now and people are talking about it but don’t worry, her publicist is already working to make everyone forget this controversy.

      • mander says:

        Yes there is a controversy at this moment, no to she is never criticized on here. Are you kidding? I don’t care about her or AJ to be honest, but I always read the posts to see if anything changes. You would think JA is the devil incarnate with the majority of people on here. Cracks me up is all.

    • Acb says:

      @Mander, No, she doesn’t. Why would you lie? She is today because of what happened over the weekend. I have never liked her and it has nothing to do with this site. It could be because of her unhinged statements that were baseline racist. She is barely on this site, so don’t start with likes and people that are doing and suggesting things like you are; well, are part of the problem not CB!

      • mander says:

        Lying? That’s a little strong. (I never attacked anyone personally you may have noticed) A couple of friends and counted a few months ago for fun. And hey, I like Angie!

  51. Cathalea says:

    Fake ‘friends’. The irony 😁

  52. MeshaNova says:

    I think this whole thing shows what social media does the worst: take things out of context and make the most negative snap judgments.

    Ppl read his post and it was instant call: anti Semite! No consideration that black culture might have a different take on this phrase and maybe I should shouldn’t crucify someone. Oops! (Not like we use these biblical phrases in our lives all the time.) Just ask: “what do you mean by that? Did you know that this phrasing has been used as an anti Jewish attack…just fyi…people might misinterpret your intentions here…”

    Is it really so hard to not rush to judgment, not draw the worst conclusion (anti Semite!) and instead, discuss things like an adults? Sheesh. The internet age gets every bad rap it deserves.

  53. AD says:

    Jenifer Aniston true self is out! She is a fake friend her inside hate is release by herself & CAA her talent agency is quick to clear her fakeness. Hollywood Nextdoor girl? Or Hollyweirdos mean fake friend.

  54. mander says:

    BTW Just a fast look up. And these were just the posts she headlined, not ones where she was mentioned repeatedly in other posts.
    I LIKE Angie, DON’T like Brad, and am neutral on dear ol’ Jen. Just have found it interesting.