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Trisha Paytas can make Aliyah under the Law of Return

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The ascendance of Tiktok as a dominant social media platform has seen with it the rise of several new celebrities. Addison Rae, Charli D’Amelio, Spencer X, etc. Among this new breed has emerged a woman who has gained the reputation as the unabashed villain of the internet, specifically drawing the ire of Jews, Trisha Paytas.

Paytas, a sort of mixture between Howard Stern’s shock-jock manners and Paris Hilton’s lip gloss-laden brain-deadness, has risen to prominence on Tiktok mainly off of a massive wave of Jewish antipathy. Not since the Freedom Sunday March united Jews across America against the gross abuses of Mikhail Gorbachev against Refuseniks has the American Jewish community been so united against a single person.

The trouble with Paytas, the former escort and stripper, began on April 3, 2020, when she Tweeted, “I, too, am Jewish by insemination,” a reference to Paytas’ Israeli-Jewish finance Moshe Hacmon. From that point on, Paytas, the singer behind “I Love You, Moses,” a parody of her previous song, “I Love You, Jesus,” began making videos ostensibly trying to appear in accordance to her newfound Jewish identity, incorrectly reciting Jewish prayers and Hebrew phrases, wearing traditionally Jewish attire, and giving her thoughts on theology and Jewish history, which are quite unorthodox, to say the least. I urge you to seek out her Tiktok and YouTube videos as no amount of explanation on my part would do........

© The Times of Israel (Blogs)

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