A banner reading ‘Kanye is right’ hung over a busy Los Angeles freeway

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LOS ANGELES — Three banners were placed on the 405 Freeway in Los Angeles over the weekend in support of rapper Kanye West.

One said: “Kanye is right about the Jews.” Another said, “Hang on if you know.” A third promoted a streaming platform for anti-Semitic content run by the Goyim Defense League, KTTV and NBC News reported.

According to news outlets, several people standing behind the banners are giving Nazi salutes.

The nonprofit StopAntisemitism.org said GDL placed the banners there on Saturday, news outlets reported.

The banners refer to the Grammy-winning singer’s recent anti-Semitic tweets.

On Oct. 8, West, who now goes by Yeh, tweeted “death con 3 On Jewish People.”

Placed three banners caused quite a scene on the 405 Freeway in Los Angeles over the weekend in support of rapper Kanye West.

One said: “Kanye is right about the Jews.” Another said, “Hang on if you know.” A third promoted a streaming platform for anti-Semitic content run by the Goyim Defense League, KTTV and NBC News reported.

According to news outlets, several people standing behind the banners are giving Nazi salutes.

The nonprofit StopAntisemitism.org said GDL placed the banners there on Saturday, news outlets reported.

The banners refer to the Grammy-winning singer’s recent anti-Semitic tweets.

On Oct. 8, West, who now goes by Yeh, tweeted, “Death con 3 On Jewish People.”

CNN reported that his tweet was later deleted, and Twitter announced that it had suspended his account for violating its social media policies.

By Monday, several prominent people, including Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascon and Ye’s ex-wife Kim Kardashian, had taken to social media to condemn the photo, news outlets reported.

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