Kanye West’s Instagram Account Has Been Suspended Again Over A ‘Jewish’ Message
Instagram has suspended the musician and fashion designer formerly known as Kanye West from the platform once more, this time for another anti-Jewish post.
According to NBC News, the controversial musician, who legally changed his name to “Ye” last year, uploaded his Instagram suspension notification to Parler, a conservative social networking platform that he announced plans to acquire earlier this month. Russell Simmons, the co-founder of the hip-hop record company Def Jam Recordings, pushed Ye in a text message exchange that Ye attempted to broadcast on Instagram to “leave this fight and strategy” and “rebuild your business.”
Ye sent Simmons a derogatory statement about “Jewish business people” in response.
The rapper’s collaboration with Def Jam Recordings, a division of Universal Music Group, came to an end last year. They already declared that West and his music label, GOOD Music, are no longer associated with them.
Ye said in his post that he was suspended from Instagram for 30 days as a result of publishing the picture.
Ye’s account was removed from Meta’s platform as a result of Ye’s violation of the company’s rules, a Meta spokeswoman confirmed to NBC News.
Due to the singer’s prior anti-Semitic sentiments, major companies and organizations like Gap, Adidas, Balenciaga, Foot Locker, CAA, and Vogue recently discontinued their business relationships with him.
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