The iconic KISS frontman Paul Stanley responded to the video of a popular TikTok user making a joke about the Holocaust and urged him to learn the facts about the history before mocking them.
While the discussions regarding the future of TikTok app in the U.S., a popular TikTok user and Second Lituenant Nathan Freihofer shared a video joking about the Holocaust which got the reactions of many people on social media. In the video, Freihofer asks ‘What’s a Jewish person’s favorite Pokémon?‘ and as a response, he adds ‘Ash.’
Following the release of the video, Nathan’s 3rd Infantry Division made a statement announcing that an investigation had been initiated into the matter and added:
“The statements made in the video are not indicative of the values we live by, and there is no place for racism or bigotry in our Army or our country.”
Recently on Twitter, KISS legend Paul Stanley responded to Nathan Freihofer‘s TikTok video mocking the Holocaust. In his tweet, Paul stated that Nathan and people like him should spend more time learning the facts about the world’s history rather than focusing on the number of followers they could get.
Furthermore, Stanley mentioned Nathan being stupid didn’t mean that he had to be ignorant as well. At the end of his tweet, Paul added the Twitter account of Auschwitz Museum, so that the people like Nathan Freihofer could take a look at it.
Here’s how Paul Stanley responded to the video:
“This moron needs to spend less time trying to impress his ‘followers’ on TikTok and read up on history for a reality check. Being stupid is no excuse for being ignorant. Auschwitz Memorial“
After the harsh reactions the Holocaust joke received on social media, a spokesperson for TikTok announced that the video had been removed for violating the platform’s hate speech policies.
You can see the tweet Paul Stanley posted on his official Twitter account below.
This moron needs to spend less time trying to impress his “followers” on TikTok and read up on history for a reality check. Being stupid is no excuse for being ignorant.
Auschwitz Memorial@AuschwitzMuseum https://t.co/1pcLMSySyg
— Paul Stanley (@PaulStanleyLive) August 31, 2020