Elon Musk, after reaching out to Kanye West among other wealthy social network bluebirds, has finally announced that the American rapper’s account has been suspended again until further notice on December 2, 2022.
The apology for Adolf Hitler and Nazism was too much.
Kanye West keeps un(rap)ing…
Gone seems to be the time when Kanye West made headlines around the world for his musical talent. The American rapper, also known as Ye since October 2021, has hit the headlines many times since the early 2010s. Jewish people. His last and sad episode took place on Thursday 1er December 2022. Invited by conspiratorial radio host Alex Jones on his site InfowarsKanye West has repeatedly praised Adolf Hitler and, more broadly, Nazism.
His words are such that they even arouse the indignation of his interlocutor, a feat in itself. This did not prevent Kanye West from detailing once again his point of view on the subject. An excerpt from the show can be seen below.
But instead of apologizing for the umpteenth time for his deleterious remarks, Kanye West continued on Twitter by posting a photo mixing swastika and star of David. It was the last straw for Elon Musk who immediately announced that the rapper’s account was again suspended until further notice for ” incitement to hatred “.
The American rapper renounces the takeover of Parler
The deletions of tweets and plural suspensions of Kanye West’s account have contributed to accentuating the rapper’s appetite for the takeover of the social network Parler, renowned for the “freedom of expression” which would reign there. But the firm announced, this same 1er December 2022 that, “ in the interest of both parties the buyout process ended in mid-November. It should be noted that the multiple controversial positions of Kanye West have earned him the loss of numerous advertising contracts with brands such as Adidas, Balenciaga or Gap. In addition to his divorce from Kim Kardashian, Ye is said to have lost at least $1.5 billion of his personal fortune.
What complicates a potential takeover of the platform therefore, in addition to the potential desire of the parent company of Parler, Parliament Technologies, to distance itself in turn from the image of the rapper. Diagnosed with bipolar in 2016, Kanye West never ceases to disconcert.
Sources: Engadget, France info