After being accused of “liking” a remark that appeared to be anti-Semitic from Jamie Foxx, Jennifer Aniston explained her social media behavior.
“This really makes me sick. I did not ‘like’ this post on purpose or by accident,” Aniston, 54, wrote via her Instagram Story on Saturday, August 5. “And more importantly, I want to be clear to my friends and anyone hurt by this showing up in their feeds — I do NOT support antisemitism. And I truly don’t tolerate HATE of any kind. Period.”
Several hours earlier, Foxx, 55, posted a troubling message via his Instagram. “They killed this dude name Jesus … They’ll do to you???!” he wrote on both his Instagram and Instagram Story, alongside “Fake Friends” and “Fake Love” hashtags.
Foxx was instantly received with criticism and then charged with disseminating antisemitic sentiments to his social media followers. Foxx is currently recovering from an undisclosed medical problem. The post was later removed by the Oscar winner. Aniston appeared to “like” the message in a snapshot taken by the website A Wider Frame, which tries to highlight “current events in the Jewish world.” In her Saturday message, the Friends alum also announced the upload of A Wider Frame.