Netflix will eventually release no documentary about the life of Louis Farrakhan, despite the claim of the controversial leader of the Nation of Islam that it would hit the streaming giants on Wednesday, a company spokesman told Fox News on Tuesday.
The movie will not be published on Netflix. Due to an internal misunderstanding, it seemed like it was going to be released on Netflix, but that's not it. We apologize for the confusion that has caused it, "said the Netflix spokesman.
Netflix released the statement after Fox News asked for a Farrakhan tweet to promote the film.
" My dear Spectators and listeners, August 1st. You can see the premiere on Netflix of the minister's life journey through music. And if you want to leave a comment on what you think about this documentary and its music, you can go to LCTWMusic.com and leave your comment. May God bless you – As-Salaam Alaikum, "said Farrakhan on Tuesday in a video on his Twitter account .
Farrakhan lost his verified status on Twitter earlier this year after posting had a video warns of "the satanic Jew."
Farrakhan's hateful video contained the question, "Do you recognize Satan? I wonder if you see the Satanic Jew and the synagogue of Satan, who has many races because Satan has cheated the whole world?
While Twitter removed Farrakhan's blue mark for hate-filled rhetoric, he remains active on the platform, and the website he posted on his video on Tuesday is for "Let's Change The World," a CD Box with seven CDs that "spread the teachings of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad."
Farrakhan was long criticized by many Americans as a racist and anti-Semite, but had close ties with several prominent Democrats and was in the past with Farrakhan's earlier extreme comments contained praise for Adolf Hitler as a "very big man" who accused Jews of the September 11 attacks and said white people "deserve to die."
Several Democrats have met with Farrakhan – including Democratic National Deputy Chairman of the Committee, Keith Ellison from Minnesota, who attended 2013 one evening He participated with Farrakhan hosted by Iranian President Hassan Rouhani. Two other members of the Congressional Black Caucus – Representatives Andre Carson, D-Ind., And Gregory Meeks, DN.Y., also attended dinner.
In recent memory, Farrakhan has said that it is "blasphemy" for the disgraced Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein labeled himself as a "Jew" cursed the FBI controlled it according to its statement of "Jews" and tweeted "to hell with you and your political correctness, be a man, be a woman, speak the truth and then die of this truth when it comes to it. "[Israel has no permanent home in our Holy Land." The Holy Land does not belong to any White Arab or White Jew.] They are settlers on our land, "he tweeted in 2017.