Jamie Foxx apologized to the Jewish community on Saturday following a cryptic Instagram post regarding "fake friends".
This is truly making me sick." Aniston revealed this in an Instagram Story. "I did not 'like' this post by accident or on purpose."
I would want to apologize to the Jewish community and anyone else who was offended by my post. "I now realize that my choice of words caused offense, and I apologize," he added.
Many others defended Foxx, with some claiming that he was referring to a word often used by the Black community.
Jamie Foxx is a good person, so he apologized for potentially offending people. But, as with the 'false buddies,' it was misunderstood in the most obvious way possible.
Foxx wrote: "THEY KILLED THIS DUDE NAME JESUS...WHAT DO YOU THINK THEY'LL DO TO YOU???! #fakefriends #fakelove."
"When I first read Jamie Foxx's original post, I was curious as to what phony pals had done him wrong. "That's all," read another tweet.
Any black person from the south would tell you that Jamie Foxx was not alluding to Jews.