The Twitter account of Kanye West was suspended during the early hours of this Friday after the American rapper posted an image of a swastika merged with star of david. It’s actually the symbol of an ancient UFO religion, but considering his recent displays of love for Adolf Hitler and Nazism, the publication takes on another meaning.
Upon learning that your account would be suspended, teased the owner of that social network, Elon Musk. “Always remember this as my last tweet,” the musician wrote, along with an unflattering image of Musk being dunked from behind by a friend on a boat.
“Okay,” replied the South African tycoon. “This is not right,” he replied to the publication of the Nazi symbol. Then, he confirmed the account suspension: “I have done my best. Despite this, he again violated our rule against inciting violence.. Your account will be suspended.”
“Just clarifying his account was suspended for inciting violence, not an unflattering photo of me being hosed down by Ari,” he wrote in another tweet.
He even joked to us, “Honestly, I found those photos a helpful motivation to lose weight!”
Just two months ago, Elon Musk had unblocked Kanye West’s account after two years of inactivity, also thanks to an anti-Semitic tweet. “Welcome back to Twitter my friend,” wrote the millionaire.
Last time Twitter blocked Kanye West’s account
Twitter blocked American rapper Kanye West’s account on October 10who had just returned to the social network after a two-year absence, following the publication of a message widely criticized as anti-Semitic.
In the tweet, which was removed for violating the platform’s rules, West threatened “the Jews” and noted: “They’ve toyed with me and tried to shut out anyone who opposes their agenda.”
The rapper also underlined this she cannot be anti-Semitic “because blacks are Jews too.”
The artist, who hasn’t tweeted since November 2020, He had returned to this social network this weekend after also being suspended on Instagram after suggesting that rapper Sean Combs, better known as Diddy, was controlled by Jews.
West’s comments were heavily criticized by a number of users. of social networks, including political leaders and the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), an influential organization fighting anti-Semitism.
His token of love for Hitler and Nazism
The increasingly controversial American rapper Kanye West said Thursday his “love” for the Nazis and his admiration for Adolf Hitlerduring a multi-hour live stream with conspiracy theorist Alex Jones.
“I love Hitler”declared the artist in a long and at times confusing interview in which the white supremacist also participated Nick Fuentesinterviews -or chats or who knows what- transmitted by the infowars.com portal.
“I love the Jews, but I also love the Nazis”said the musician. “I don’t like seeing the word evil next to the word Nazi,” he insisted in a tone that was more unfortunate than euphoric.
The musician, who is allegedly thinking of running for president of the United States in the 2024 elections, appeared with his face covered by a black mask, in a titan look by Martín Karadagian, packed with a black jacket, colored patches and black gloves.
“I see good things about Hitler too”he said without anyone asking him anything, managing to obtain more titles than the elimination of Germany at the World Cup in Qatar.
“Every human being has something precious, especially Hitler“He said with surprise of his own and strangers.
“I’m a Nazi”the musician came to state before Jones who replied indignantly: “Sorry, you’re doubling the bet.”
Charles Hurd is an entertainment journalist for News Rebeat. He brings a fresh and engaging voice to the world of pop culture, covering the latest developments in film, television, music, and more.