Kanye West recently legally changed his name to Ye, but it doesn’t seem like this is his only change. After being banned from Instagram and Twitter for anti-Semitic comments, the artist has switched to Parlor, an ultra-Orthodox alternative that reportedly advocates for “free speech.” But it is not enough to switch to social networks and Decided to buy it.
The deal, which is expected to close before the end of the year, announced in a press release. Parlement Technologies, Parlement’s parent company, has detailed that the acquisition by Composer will allow creation of “A Cancellable Ecosystem Where all voices are welcome.
Parlor is a social network that went viral last year for being used by people who wanted to publish their far-right views without being censored. His post highlights For hateful, xenophobic, sexist and LGBTphobic comments For which the application was banned in the App Store, Play Store and Amazon Web Services.
Actually, the parlor was accused of working as a platform. planning and coordinating the attack on the Capitol in January 2021. A month later, the app became available again in the App Store, agreeing to manage more of its posts.
These believe that “in a world where conservative views are seen as controversial, we need to make sure that we have the right to express oneself freely“. It seems that this is the reason why the artist has chosen to sign the stage purchase agreement.
Parlement CEO George Farmer has elaborated that Current employees will “continue to work on the app” And it will continue to use Dynascale’s cloud services. Furthermore, he assured that these “free expressions are innovating in the media space and will never have to fear being removed from the social network again.”
The CEO is the husband of Candace Owens, an influential conservative and commentator in the right-wing media. According to TMZ, Owens and Yeh are in “constant conversation” And some close friends believe it may encourage the musician to adopt more radical new ideas. However, years ago the artist had already shown his support for Trump and also formed his own party.
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