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Spotify CEO: You anti-Semitic comments were ‘horrible’ but music won’t be filmed

(A hill) — Spotify CEO Daniel Ek told Reuters that the music platform will not remove music from Y, formerly known as Kanye West, as companies increasingly cut ties with the rapper after he made a series of anti-Semitic comments.

Ye in recent podcasts and interviews blamed the “Jewish media” and “Jewish Zionists” for a series of crimes and threatened “death to deceive the Jewish people.”

Eck told Reuters the remarks were “just horrible comments,” but he warned that Spotify would not remove his content because they were not made on the platform itself.

“It’s just his music, and his music doesn’t violate our policies,” Ek told the publication.

Hill reached out to a Spotify spokesperson for further comment.

Ye lost several partnerships and deals as a result of the dispute.

Adidas on Tuesday terminated the partnership with Ejoining Creative Talent Agencies and fashion house Balenciaga, among others.

You are reluctant apologized for his anti-Semitic comments in an interview with Piers Morgan last week, but the apology came only after he brought up new conspiracies about Jews.

“It depends on his label whether they want to take action or not,” Ek told Reuters.

The outlet reported that Universal Music’s Def Jam label owned the copyright to E’s recordings between 2002 and 2016 and distributed his music until last year.

Ye no longer appears on label websiteand The Hill has reached out to a Universal Music spokesperson for comment.


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