PARTYNEXTDOOR Faces Backlash After Tweeting About Jews Selling Chains

The 'Come and See Me' rapper was accused of anti-semitism after implying that jewelers are mostly of Jewish heritage on his tweet.

AceShowbiz - Canadian rapper %cPARTYNEXTDOOR% has received a number of criticisms after he made an insensitive remark about Jews on Twitter on Thursday, July 27. The 24-year-old spitter basically wondered why black people buy gold chains, but the Internet quickly took it the wrong way as he added some points about Jewish people.

In the now-deleted tweet, PARTYNEXTDOOR referred to the Jews as jewelers who sell chains to the black community as he wrote, "The Jews...sorry jewelers are selling dawg chains. Lol it's actually funny what black people do when they have financial freedom."

Naturally, Twitter wasn't having it. Some users slammed the rapper for his anti-semitic tweet. "PARTYNEXTDOOR HOTEP!!!!!! HE CALLED OUT THE JEWS!!!" a user wrote, while another similarly chimed in, "you talking bout Jews???? #HeGone."

Another user snarked, "I saw PartyNextDoor's deleted tweet about Jews. I don't fux with his music at all but that was a tweet worth expanding on. He chumped out." Another tweeted, "Partynextdoor should just not talk or tweet. Lol stick to making music b."

Following the outrage, the "Break From Toronto" rapper claimed that he was just simply trolling. "No lol I just love to troll. Tweet and delete life forever," he tweeted.

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