John Dimaggio Drops the F-Bomb Over ‘Piece of Garbage’ Kanye West

One other antisemitic remark – maybe his worst but – has spewed from the mouth of Kanye West aka Ye at present. This time, involving Adolf Hitler. Actor John DiMaggio, the most recent forged member of Transformers: Rise of the Beasts, wasted no expletives in sharing his opinion on the matter. 

“F*** Kanye, all day, on a regular basis. What a chunk of rubbish,” DiMaggio mentioned, leaving zero room to surprise what he thinks in regards to the former billionaire and rapper.  

DiMaggio’s feedback come following Ye’s newest and most regarding antisemitic rhetoric in dialog with Alex Jones of InfoWars, an American far-right conspiracy outlet. Ye not solely claimed to love Adolf Hitler, the genocidal German dictator behind the Holocaust, but additionally that he really thinks Hitler “introduced one thing of worth to the desk.” 

Sporting an all-black face masks that hid his options, Ye was tossed a transparent lifeline by Jones who tried to steer the 45-year-old rapper away from additional antisemitic rhetoric. “You’re not a Nazi. You don’t should be referred to as that and demonized,” mentioned Jones. However as an alternative of taking this lifeline for what it was, Ye firmly planted each toes in his mouth and spouted extra dangerous and troubling feedback.

“Nicely, I see good issues about Hitler. This man that invented highways, invented the very microphone that I take advantage of as a musician, you may’t out loud that this individual ever did something good, and I’m finished with that. I’m finished with the classifications. Each human being has one thing of worth that they dropped at the desk. Particularly Hitler.” 

It goes with out saying that Ye was mistaken in giving credit score to Hitler for the invention of highways and microphones. This sort of misinformation straight contradicts the free speech and pretend information Ye repeatedly calls out, and ought to be a right away crimson flag to those that take something he says with a grain of salt. Rubbing mentioned salt within the wound even additional, Ye had nothing however variety issues to say about Nazis in his dialog with Jones, going as far as to say, “They did good issues too. We’ve received to cease dissing the Nazis on a regular basis.”

So, it’s actually no surprise why DiMaggio took a jab at Ye on Twitter. Watching Ye’s profession crumble proper earlier than our very eyes could be entertaining to those that dislike the person, however the concept that his fan base (sure, they nonetheless exist) is sticking by him all through feedback reminiscent of these is unsettling and regarding, to not point out horrifying. 

Fortunately, DiMaggio can channel his ire at Ye right into a extra constructive outlet, lending his prolific voice performing to the function of Stratosphere within the upcoming film Transformers: Rise of the Beasts. Stratosphere is an immensely highly effective Autobot who cannot solely smash his method by means of nearly something but additionally home a complete Autobot strike crew in his cargo for additional destruction. Becoming a member of him within the film are actors Peter Dinklage and Liza Koshy, in response to Deadline.

DiMaggio will make his Transformers: Rise of the Beasts debut when the film premieres on June 9, 2023. Till then, we are able to solely hope he has no cause to criticize Ye any additional.