Elon Musk said Friday that Twitter has suspended Kanye West’s account again, after the rapper tweeted a symbol that included a swastika as well as an unflattering photo of the billionaire.
Musk, who bought Twitter in October, tweeted on Friday: “I tried my best. Yet he again violated our rule against inciting violence. Account will be suspended.” Musk said he was suspending the account “for inciting violence, not an unflattering photo of me” in a separate tweet on Friday.
West’s return to Twitter, which now goes by Ye, was short-lived. Twitter reactivated the rapper’s account, which happened a few weeks after Musk bought the social media service. In October, the musician was After which the service said it was a “violation of Twitter’s policies”.
Yeh has made a series of anti-Semitic remarks in recent weeks, including praising Hitler in an interview with conspiracy theorist Alex Jones on Thursday. Yeh’s comments resulted in him being suspended from the social media platform, dropped by his talent agency, and cut by companies such as Adidas. The sportswear manufacturer has also launched an investigation into his conduct.
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With reporting by The Associated Press.