Kanye West’s Twitter account was suspended after tweeting an image of a swastika, hours after he spoke to conspiracy theorist Alex Jones The interview praised Hitler and made anti-Semitic jokes.
The 45-year-old American rapper, who has legally changed his name to Ye, was only allowed back on the social media platform two weeks ago Prohibited About other anti-Semitism posts.
Elon MuskThe billionaire owner of Twitter confirmed that West had been suspended for violating its policy against inciting violence.
He shared an image of swastikas intertwined with the Star of David.
reply one Twitter One user asked him to “fix Kanye,” Musk said: “I did my best.
“Nevertheless, he has again violated our rules against inciting violence. The account will be suspended.”
The west Posted a screenshot showing him at Truth Social (courtesy of donald trumpformer president of the United States.
Earlier, West praised Nazi leader Adolf Hitler in an interview with Jones on Thursday, telling him: “I like Hitler, which sparked further controversy.”
“You’re not Hitler, you’re not a Nazi, so you shouldn’t be called and demonized like that,” Jones told West.
“Well, I see the good in Hitler too,” replied the controversial American singer, his face covered by a black mask.
“I love everyone, and the Jews don’t tell me, ‘You can love, you know, us’…Everyone has something of value that they bring to the table, especially Hitler.”
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His Twitter account was previously locked after he posted that he was “going to do a death hoax on Jews 3 times” before claiming he wasn’t “anti-Semitic because black people are actually Jews too.”
He also accused record producer Sean “Diddy” Combs of being controlled by “Jews” in an Instagram post.
West was also locked from Instagram for 30 days after violating Instagram policies.
He has made several other controversial remarks recently, including suggesting that slavery was “a choice” and saying Coronavirus disease Inoculated with “Mark of the Beast”.
His latest Twitter ban also comes after right-leaning social media platform Parler said West would no longer buy the company.
Parent company Parlement Technologies said in a statement that the parties had “mutually agreed” to terminate their intent to sell in mid-November.