Megyn Kelly Condemns Taylor Swift’s Support for Gaza Charity, Calls for Boycott by Israelis and Jewish Americans

Megyn Kelly Condemns Taylor Swift’s Support for Gaza Charity, Calls for Boycott by Israelis and Jewish Americans

Taylor Swift’s Charity Choice Sparks Controversy: Megyn Kelly Calls for Boycott

Taylor Swift’s Friday night outing to a Ramy Youssef comedy show has ignited a firestorm of controversy.

Proceeds from the event went to ANERA, a charity working in Gaza, but Megyn Kelly has condemned Swift’s attendance, calling for a boycott by Israelis and Jewish Americans.

Swift’s Show of Support:

Swift, 33, attended the Brooklyn Academy of Music show with friends like Selena Gomez, Cara Delevingne, and Zoe Kravitz.

All proceeds from the last 12 nights of Youssef’s “More Feelings” tour went to ANERA, which provides humanitarian aid to Gaza.

Kelly’s Criticism:

Kelly, on her Tuesday show, lambasted Swift for supporting a charity she deemed “highly political” and “biased against Israel.”

She mocked Swift for backing LGBTQ and women’s rights while supporting an organization accused of demonizing Israel.

Kelly demanded an apology from Swift and urged a boycott of her events until it’s issued.

Swift’s Response (So Far):

Swift and her team have remained silent on the controversy.

Gigi Hadid, a friend of Swift’s with Palestinian roots, commented “Legend” on Youssef’s post.

ANERA’s Stance:

The organization describes itself as non-political and non-religious, providing aid across the West Bank, Gaza Strip, Lebanon, and Jordan.

The Ongoing Conflict:

Swift has kept quiet about the ongoing war between Israel and Hamas, which has claimed thousands of lives.

Her spokesperson has declined to comment.

Celebrity Outing Details:

After the show, Swift and her friends enjoyed dinner at Lucali, a Brooklyn pizza hotspot frequented by celebrities like Paul McCartney and Jay-Z.

Photos depict Swift in a sherpa-lined jacket, minidress, and knee-high boots, while Gomez sported an animal print mini skirt and long coat.

Anya Taylor-Joy, co-star with Swift in “Amsterdam,” also joined the group, keeping her look under wraps.

Kelly’s criticism centers around ANERA’s alleged bias against Israel, not Swift’s support for LGBTQ or women’s rights.

The controversy highlights the complexities of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the challenges celebrities face when taking sides.

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