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Johnny Somali, Kick Streamer Arrested Again in Israel, Gets Banned From Jerusalem

Controversial streamer Johnny Somali recently was arrested for the second time in Israel after he placed images of Jeffrey Epstein, Adin Ross, and Harvey Weinstein on the Western Wall. For those unaware, the Western Wall is a holy site in Judaism.

On April 11, he began his livestream showcasing three printed pictures of the men. While talking, he started folding the photos one by one and slipping them into the cracks of the Western Wall.

Immediately after that, police officials approached him and questioned him about the pictures on the wall. In viral clips, he claimed it was a ‘prayer.’ In Judaism, it’s a tradition for people to slip prayer notes into the cracks of the Western Wall.

Johnny Somali gets banned from Jerusalem 

Moving on, Johnny Somali then showed his passport to the police and was asked to shut down the livestream and later escorted by the police.

Subsequently, he went offline for many hours. He started his second livestream when he revealed he had been released from the police after being interrogated for hours. He further stated that he was banned from Jerusalem.

“We’re free guys, My last time in Jerusalem, I’ve been officially banned from Jerusalem for 50 days,” Somali claimed on his stream. I feel like the anti-Christ, I feel like the Messiah, they said n**** you are not allowed to come to Jerusalem for 50 days after the stunt you pulled.”

His friend had to pay for his bail, which was 5,000 Shekels, equivalent to USD 1,331, to get him out of jail. This is not the first time he has been arrested in Israel. On April 6, he was arrested for the first time for insulting a female officer.”

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