A Ukrain politician has called “an anti-semitic slur” which is translated as ‘dirty Jewess’ to Mila Kunis. The politician reacted on Facebook.
According to the celebrity website TMZ, the slur, “zhydovka,” has been used in the Ukraine as a slur against Jewish people ever since the Holocaust ended.
There was no any quick reaction or response from the “Friends with Benefits” actress. Earlier this year, Mila Kunis also talked about her childhood. She was born, grew up in Ukrain and is Jew.
Ukrain jews have started protest against it after the local government announced the words can be used when speaking about Jews because it appears in the local dictionary as a term for the people that isn’t exactly a slur.
She saw anti-Semitic graffiti in her school in Chernivtsi, a ciry in the south west of the country. The 29-year old actress said earlier this year while talking about her childhood, “My whole family was in the Holocaust. My grandparents passed and not many survived.”
The Black Swan actress continued, “After the Holocaust, in Russia you were not allowed to be religious. So my parents raised me to know I was Jewish. You know who you are inside.”
Mila Kunis was moved to United States at the age of seven with her family members including parents Mark, a mechanical engineer, mother Elvira, a phsics teacher, and her brother Micheal.