Jamie Foxx apologizes for apparent antisemitic Instagram post; Jennifer Aniston apologizes for liking it

Jamie Foxx has apologized for a cryptic Instagram post referring to “Jesus” and “fake friends” that some found to be antisemitic.

The actor, who recently recovered from a health scare, posted a black screen on his Instagram feed with the words “They killed this dude name [sic] Jesus…what do you think they’ll do to you???!” with the hashtags #fakefriends and #fakelove.

In Foxx’s apology post on Saturday morning, he clarified that he was “betrayed by a fake friend” and that the fake friend was the “they” he was referring to in the post.

“I only have love and in my heart for everyone,” Foxx said on Instagram. “I love and support the Jewish community…My deepest apologies to anyone who was offended.”

Actress Jennifer Aniston received some backlash for liking the post; she also took to Instagram to clarify that she “did not ‘like’ this post on purpose or by accident” and that she doesn’t “support any form of antisemitism.”

“This really makes me sick,” Aniston said on her Instagram story. “I truly don’t tolerate hate of any kind. Period.”