Just a few weeks after confidently launching accusations of antisemitism against Jamie Foxx, Jennifer Aniston is declaring that she’s “so over cancel culture.”
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The Actress Says She “Doesn’t Understand” Cancel Culture
The Friends actress, 54, spoke on the subject during an interview with The Wall Street Journal published on Tuesday (Aug. 22).
At one point during the sit-down, Aniston suddenly brought up the subject of “cancel culture,” noting that she’s “so over” it at this point.
She also cheekily remarked, “I probably just got canceled by saying that.”
Elaborating, Jennifer Aniston explained that she doesn’t “understand” what it means to be canceled.
“I just don’t understand what it means.… Is there no redemption? I don’t know. I don’t put everybody in the Harvey Weinstein basket.”
Aniston’s commentary on the subject echoes statements by other celebrities, such as Lizzo saying that cancel culture has “become trendy, misused and misdirected” earlier this year before she was hit with sexual harassment accusations.
Twitter Thinks Jennifer Aniston’s Commentary Contradicts Her Actions Against Jamie Foxx
As The Shade Room previously reported, Jennifer Aniston’s recent interview comes on the heels of her launching accusations of antisemitism against Jamie Foxx.
It all began when Jamie Foxx shared an Instagram post that read, “They killed this dude name Jesus… What do you think they’ll do to you???! #fakefriends #fakelove.”
While Jamie noted that his message was about “fake friends” turning on good people, Jennifer Aniston came out of the woodwork to bash Jamie’s comment and distance herself from the post after being accused of “liking” it.
“This really makes me sick. … I do NOT support any form of antisemitism. And I truly don’t tolerate hate of ANY kind. Period.”
Jennifer Aniston owes Jamie Foxx an apology because this is just silly pic.twitter.com/2JztPYgSIB
— philip lewis (@Phil_Lewis_) August 5, 2023
While Jamie later issued a public apology and clarified the true meaning behind his post, Jennifer failed to follow suit.
Of course, considering Jennifer Aniston’s recent jab against Jamie Foxx, people were understandably not here for her suddenly speaking out against “cancel culture.”
Check out what people had to say on Twitter down below.
now Jennifer, what were you trying to do to Jamie Foxx only a few weeks ago https://t.co/BkSro4YwmF
— ashley ray (@theashleyray) August 22, 2023
Jennifer Aniston is just mad that people held her accountable for lying about the tone and intent of what Jamie Foxx posted on his social media. She went on and on about how everything was so unacceptable only to be shown as a judgmental Karen w/little exposure to Black people. https://t.co/Eh3F9yNirs
— I’m That Type Of Guy (@Marrrrcussss) August 22, 2023
Jennifer Aniston tried to get Jamie Foxx cancelled a few weeks ago, but now she’s “so over cancel culture”, guys.
These people sometimes… https://t.co/GrIxvnnxG2 pic.twitter.com/XdcE3ng1LW
— John Rocha aka The Outlaw Nation (@TheRochaSays) August 22, 2023
Not Jennifer Aniston playing the victim. Shifting her own accountability to “cancel culture.”
No Jennifer. YOU went out of YOUR way to publically call Jamie Foxx an anti-semite, unprovoked. Behind something that had nothing to do with YOU.
Notice how all that context is missing https://t.co/QVIqF0x3NT
— Aquarius’s Groove (@Tslay91) August 22, 2023
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