Kanye West Suspended From Twitter After Swastika Post

Self-confessed Nazi fanboy Kanye West was again booted from Twitter early Friday for “inciting violence” after he shared a disturbing image of a swastika buried in a Star of David.

The rapper – now dubbed Ye – posted the disturbing image hours after he declared his love for Adolf Hitler and repeated anti-Semitic plots in a deranged interview, while wearing a black hood that completely covered his face.

It also came after a storm of tweets, in which he also defended the hit fashion house Balenciaga for its disturbing ads about bondage with young children – and dramatically claimed he once found NBA star Chris Paul in bed with then-wife Kim Kardashian .

In a disturbing message, Ye, 45, told his 32.2million followers: “I’m starting to think antisemitism means the N-word.

Image of the swastika shared by Ye.
Yes’s suspension came shortly after he showed his 32.2 million followers a picture of a swastika in a Star of David.
Twitter/Kanye West

It soon proved too much, even for Twitter owner Elon Musk, who — despite being a total freedom of speech advocate — confirmed early Friday that Yes’s “account will be suspended,” just weeks after it was restored.

“I tried my best. However, he again violated our rule against incitement to violence.” Musk tweetedPart of a thread warning the distraught rapper that his posts were unacceptable.

Musk later tweeted “FAFO,” short for “f–k around and find out”.

FAFO
Musk tweeted “FAFO,” which means “fly around and find out.”

Ye had previously targeted Musk personally, sharing the much-mocked shirtless image of the world’s richest man being sprayed with water by Hollywood mogul Ari Emanuel. “Let’s always remember that as my last tweet #ye24,” the disgraced rapper wrote.

Musk had replied that posting the photo was “fine,” later writing, “Just wanted to clarify that his account is suspended suspended for incitement to violencenot an unflattering picture of me being hosed down by Ari.

Yes tweet from shirtless Musk.
Kanye took aim at Musk, who said the tweet was “okay” and not the reason for his suspension.

“Honestly, I found these pictures to be helpful motivation to lose weight!”

Ye later took to Truth Social and Parler — the platform that had confirmed hours earlier that he no longer wanted to buy — to share images of his chats with Musk, showing him being warned before the account was suspended. In it, he said he was “in truth standing with two Jan 6ers,” referring to those who justified the storming of the Capitol.

It was a long way from early October when Musk tagged Ye in a message that read, “Welcome back to Twitter my friend!”

Within hours of his return, Ye used his newly created account to warn of plans to go “Death Scam 3 against JEWISH PEOPLE.”

During his bizarre meeting with InfoWars host Alex Jones on Thursday, Ye admitted he had been drinking when he wrote the misspelled message, despite previously describing himself as a recovering alcoholic.

He called it a “$2 billion tweet” for the spectacular downfall it led to, and almost all of his successful business partnerships dumped him in disgust.

Ye’s wild tirades seemed to shock even Jones, who repeatedly tried to imply it was unfair for the rapper to be called a Nazi – only for him to instead repeatedly express his admiration for her and Hitler.

“I like Hitler,” Ye once said. “There are many things I love about Hitler – many things.”

During the chat, he also allowed Jones – who is still banned from Twitter – to send a message from his account and reiterated his delusional conspiracies about Zionists.

He also shared details about his recent dinner at Mar-a-Lago with former President Donald Trump, who later described the fallen mogul as “a seriously troubled man.”

https://nypost.com/2022/12/02/kanye-west-suspended-from-twitter-after-swastika-post/ Kanye West Suspended From Twitter After Swastika Post

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