Kanye West is back in Twitter’s doghouse for spreading more antisemitic hate … but this time his account was PERSONALLY suspended by the platform’s new CEO — Elon Musk.
The rapper ran afoul of Twitter’s policy against inciting violence after posting an altered image showing the Jewish symbol of the Star of David with a Nazi swastika.
Elon wasn’t having it, tweeting a reply to Ye early Friday … “I tried my best. Despite that, he again violated our rule against incitement to violence. Account will be suspended.” Kanye’s tweet was swiftly removed … it’s not clear how long his suspension is for. His account was suspended once before in October after he posted antisemitic remarks.
Before his latest Twitter drama, Kanye appeared with white nationalist Nick Fuentes on Thursday’s “Infowars” show hosted by conspiracy theorist Alex Jones. Ye praised the Nazis and Adolf Hitler, but he seemed to be having a mental breakdown.
During their bizarre discussion, Jones tried to denounce the Nazis, but Kanye wouldn’t let him, insisting, “They did good things too, we are gonna stop dissing the Nazis.” And, before a commercial break, Kanye shockingly admitted, “I like Hitler.”
As we’ve reported, Kanye has gone on an antisemitic campaign of sorts that has seen him lose many lucrative business deals in recent weeks as his superstar friends turn their backs on him. He also pissed off former President Donald Trump by showing up at his Mar-a-Lago estate for their now infamous dinner with supposedly uninvited guests, including Fuentes.