Kanye West, who changed his name to this earlier this year, has been banned by Instagram again. The rapper posted about the ban on the right-wing social network Parlor, which he has vowed to buy.
“Turned off Instagram for 30 days,” Yee wrote, posting a comment she posted about Jewish people to Russell Simmons, co-founder of Def Jam Records, and Phat Farm, a clothing line. Had to post.
You shared a screenshot of a text exchange between you and Simmons, in which Simmons urged him to “be the bridge and fight white supremacy.” You replied with an anti-Semitic comment.
Yeh continued to make anti-Semitic statements at the parlor after sharing that he was banned from Instagram on Monday.
In a statement to CBS News, a spokesperson for Instagram’s parent company Meta confirmed that the posts were removed from Ye’s account for violating policies and that Instagram had banned the account.
“We may ban accounts that repeatedly break our rules, for example, we may temporarily ban them from posting, commenting or sending DMs,” the spokesperson said.
You have repeatedly used social media platforms to share anti-Semitic remarks. it was temporarilyearlier this month.
After the sanctions, Ye saidWhich has become a platform for conservative views and an alternative to other social media sites.
“In a world where conservative views are considered controversial, we must ensure that we have the right to express ourselves freely,” Ye said in a statement.
Parlement Technologies, Parlor’s parent company, said in a statement that it is “taking a bold stance against recent censorship from Big Tech, using its far-reaching talent to fight to create a truly non-cancellable environment.” leading.”
Many people have condemned Ye’s comments, andbroke ties with him. Adidas, which is the sole owner of the design rights to Yeezy, ended its partnership last week. company The move caused up to 250 million euros ($246 million) in its net income this year. Agents of CAA as well as Gap and Balenciaga have also ended their relationship with the rapper.
As a result of their terminated partnership, he is no longer a billionaire, Forbes reports.