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Antisemitic Film Kyrie Irving Shared Not Coming Down, Says Amazon CEO

TMZ.com Thursday, 1 December 2022
The controversial, antisemitic film Kyrie Irving shared on Twitter -- "Hebrews to Negroes: Wake Up Black America!" -- is not being removed from Amazon ... says company CEO Andy Jassy. "As a retailer of content to hundreds of millions of customers…
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