“I did everything I could, but despite this Kanye West is back to breaking our rules against inciting violence, the account will be suspended”. So Elon Musk explained the decision to suspend him from Twitter to a fan of the controversial rapper after publishing a post with an image of the swastika and star of David. All within hours of saying that “there are good things about Hitler”.
After the new, crazy utterance of Ye – as West now calls himself – even Parler, the social media loved by the American far right, blocks the negotiations that had been started for his purchase by the rapper. “The company has agreed with Ye to terminate the proposed purchase,” said Parlement Technologies, which controls the small platform.