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Kanye West Tweet Removed for Breaking Twitter Regulations

In a tweet, the rapper threatened to “kill con 3 On JEWISH PEOPLE.”

 

On the same day that Meta told The Hollywood Reporter that Kanye “Ye” West’s Instagram account had been limited for breaking the platform’s rules, Twitter removed one of his tweets for doing so.

 

On Saturday night, West declared in a tweet that he would “go death con 3 On JEWISH PEOPLE.”

 

He stated, “I’m a little tired tonight, but when I wake up, I’m going death con 3 On JEWISH PEOPLE.” The ironic part is that I can’t possibly be anti-Semitic given that Jews are also people of colour. Additionally, you guys have played with me by attempting to blacklist everyone who disagrees with your agenda.

 

The tweet vanishes from the rapper’s Twitter account an hour after it was posted and after tens of thousands of interactions. It has been replaced by a Twitter notification that says, “This Tweet violated the Twitter Rules.”

 

After a lengthy absence, West made his way back to Twitter on Friday, where he almost instantly criticised Meta’s Mark Zuckerberg by asking, “How you going take me off Instagram?” Elon Musk welcomed him back to Twitter right away and announced his intention to acquire the social media platform. Musk responded to West’s post against Zuckerberg with the message, “Welcome back to Twitter, my friend.”

 

After posting a purported dialogue between himself and Diddy, in which users chastised West for using language that appeared anti-Semitic, the rapper’s Instagram account was limited. Since then, the post has been removed.

 

On October 7, West sent his first tweet since 2020, a picture of a black cap that read “2024” in a warehouse.

 

Additionally, he posted inquiries such as, “Who do you believe founded cancel culture?” in addition to tweets encouraging Iranian youngsters. “Youth in Iran are spearheading a revolution against 44 years of dictatorship,” he said. The world must stand by them and commend their bravery.

Jonathan Diaz

Journalist at Flaunt Weekly.

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