South Park generally does not miss a shot when it is shot at you. Its alleged failure against Scientology may have aided in reducing the influence of that group in Hollywood, but, in the current era, its latest on Kanye West may have reacted somewhat negatively.
Cartman devises a plan to halt Kyle from meeting Tolkien Black by promoting a variety of antisemitic tropes, including a fictional Cupid-like version of him, which is now known as Cupid-Me. In his interview with Alex Jones where he covered his face and praised Hitler, a Redditor criticizes the show's production team, who clearly could have done more in some way.
Others on Reddit claim that the "Gay Fish" joke about West from the "Fishsticks" episode in 2009 has been removed, and that Kanye has been back in the top ten for most streamed artists on Spotify in the United States since the episode aired. However, according to users, they are not tolerating the promotion of his views as serious.
As of this story's filing, West has not commented on the latest satirization. South Park can be seen on HBO Max or Paramount Plus. As well, if you are concerned about the recent rise in antisemitism, there are several organizations battling the issue.