After a rapper denies insulting a show, Courteney Cox jokes that “Old Kanye West Thought ‘Friends’ Was Funny…”

Courteney Cox has made a joke on the rumored distaste for the television show Friends that Kanye West has.

In a video posted to Instagram on Tuesday, the actress, who is 58 years old, made a joke about the singer, who is 45 years old. The video showed her reading one of West’s most recent Instagram posts.

Cox specifically calls attention to the following passage from the post that has since been taken down: “I honestly didn’t type the [twitter] that stated ‘Friends wasn’t funny either,’ but wish I had.”

While I was listening to the song that West released in 2008 “Heartless,” as the camera focuses in on the words “Friends” in Cox’s speech. It wasn’t funny at all.” After saying that, she stops playing the music.

She captioned the video with, “I bet the old Kanye thought Friends was amusing,” adding a sad face emoji to the end of the sentence.

The post that said “Friends wasn’t funny” first appeared online in the year 2020, shortly after Jennifer Aniston, one of Cox’s costars on the show, declared her support for Joe Biden for president against then-President Donald Trump.

West, who is a devoted Trump fan, paid a visit to the White House in October 2018 and even ran his own presidential campaign in 2020, which appeared on the ballots in select states in the same year.

Around the same time, fans had began to refer to the “Old Kanye” in order to contrast between the rapper’s early work and his growing character, including a Christian rap album. This was done in order to highlight the similarities and differences between the two.

Aniston issued the following warning to her fans about West’s campaign for the presidency: “Voting for Kanye is not a humorous thing to do. I can’t think of any other way to put it. Please try to take responsibility.”

Someone then created a fake version of West’s Twitter account to make it seem as if West was criticizing Friends.

West mentioned this in his most recent Instagram post, saying, “I’d want to know who thought of it.” “I like contributing to the discussion.”

The statement was made by West in the midst of a rage that he was posting on Instagram. The diatribe was mostly about his business connections with the companies Gap and Adidas. On his Instagram page, several of the posts have been removed since they were first published.

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