The rapper’s posts were widely considered anti-Semitic.
Washington — Kanye West’s Twitter And Instagram accounts have been locked because of posts by the rapper, now legally known as Ye, that were widely considered anti-Semitic.
A Twitter spokesperson said on Sunday that you posted a message that violated its policies.
In a tweet sent late Saturday, according to Internet Archive records, he said he would soon go “3 against the death of the Jewish people.” This is a clear reference to the US military state of readiness scale known as DEFCON.
In the same tweet, which was removed by Twitter, he said: “You guys played with me and tried to blackball anyone who opposes your agenda.”
Earlier this monthyou were criticized for wearing a “White Lives Matter” T-shirt in your collection at Paris Fashion Week.
Posted by rapper Sean “Daddy” Combs. A video He took to Instagram to say he did not endorse the shirt, and urged people not to buy it.
On Instagram, Ye posted a screenshot of a text conversation with Diddy suggesting he was controlled by Jewish people, according to media reports.
According to media reports, your account on Instagram was locked on Friday for policy violations. A spokesperson for Instagram’s parent company MetaPlatforms did not immediately respond to a request to confirm the reports.
Under their policies, both social networks prohibit the posting of offensive language. Your Twitter account is still active but cannot post until the suspension is lifted, after an unspecified period of time.
You returned to Twitter on Saturday after a nearly two-year hiatus, reportedly after Instagram locked your account.
Billionaire Elon Musk, who last week renewed his $44 billion offer to buy Twitter after a months-long legal battle with the company, said, “Welcome back to Twitter, my friends.
Musk has said he would turn Twitter into a free-speech haven and ease restrictions, though it’s impossible to know how he would run the influential network if he took over.