Rolling Stone makes antisemitic comments about former members of Miami Boys Choir

Published date04 October 2022
Publication titleJerusalem Post, The: Web Edition Articles (Israel)
Videos of the Miami Jewish Boys Choir have been garnering mass views on TikTok and Twitter in the past two weeks since their 2008 performance of "Yerushalayim" had gone viral

Dickson previously made more alleged antisemitic statements about the music group on Rolling Stone's podcast Don't Let This Flop on Wednesday last week prior to Sunday's publication of her article.

"I know enough about the Orthodox Jewish community. I do feel like one of these kids are gonna get Milkshake Duck'ed very fast," the Rolling Stone reporter said on the podcast. "It's more likely than not that some of them grew up to be anti-vaxxers who won't shake women's hands because they could possibly be menstruating. That is a very large possibility."

Dickson follows up by saying that she "prefers to ignore all this because [she] just wants to dance around to it in [her] kitchen."

"I do feel like one of these kids are gonna get Milkshake Duck'ed very fast," the Rolling Stone reporter said on the podcast. "It's more likely than not that some of them grew up to be anti-vaxxers who won't shake women's hands because they could possibly be menstruating."

EJ Dickson, Rolling Stone reporter

What does Milkshake Duck mean?

The term "Milkshake Duck" is referred to a situation where someone grasps a lot of the internet's attention, but shortly after garnering the newfound fame, "a dark or divisive facet from his past is discovered, promptly destroying the purity of the person's reputation," as The New York Times described the term in a 2017 report.

The definition by Dictionary.com puts it more simply by saying that "a person (or thing) who becomes extremely popular on the internet for some...

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