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Kanye West's Twitter and Instagram accounts locked over anti-Semitism

Kanye West's Twitter and Instagram accounts locked over anti-Semitism.

Kanye West's Twitter and Instagram accounts locked over anti-Semitism

Following the publication of anti-Semitic remarks, Kanye West's Twitter and Instagram accounts have been restricted.

The celebrity's Instagram account was suspended over the weekend after he claimed that rapper Diddy was under the control of Jews.

The statement fed into a long-standing conspiracy belief that is anti-Semitic.

West received a second disbarment after rejoining Twitter after being suspended and threatening to "go death con 3 on Jewish people."

Both websites took down West's messages and said he had broken their hate speech rules.

The catchphrase also featured during his YZY fashion show, which Selah Marley, the granddaughter of Bob Marley and daughter of Lauryn Hill, modeled for.

The statement has been labeled "hate speech" by the Anti-Defamation League and is credited to white nationalists who started using it in 2015 in response to the Black Lives Matter movement.

West's action received quick feedback from his peers.

Diddy was one of them and said in an Instagram video that he "did not rock" with the phrase.

Then, West published on his Instagram what looked to be a text message with Diddy, in which he instructed the rapper: "I disliked our conversation. These t-shirts are for sale. Nobody can stand in the way of my money ".

"I'm going to use you as an example to teach the Jewish people that told you to call me that no one can intimidate or influence me," West said after Diddy implored him to stop once more.

The article appeared to make reference to the anti-Semitic idea that a secret Jewish cabal is planning to take over the world's banking, governments, and media.

After Instagram deactivated his account, West posted a picture of himself and Meta founder Mark Zuckerberg on Twitter.

"Mark, look at this. He wrote, "How are you going to ban me from Instagram?

I'm a little drowsy tonight, but when I wake up, I'm going to death con 3 On JEWISH PEOPLE," he said in a message. The irony is that black people are actually Jews, therefore I can't really be anti-Semitic.

He said, "You people have used me and tried to blackball everybody who opposes your agenda.

West's account has been locked and the tweet has subsequently been deleted.

Several years ago, West, who has now changed his name to Ye, received a bipolar disorder diagnosis. Since then, he has openly discussed his struggles with mental illness.

He has a lengthy history of acting erratically and making contentious claims, but his most recent outbursts raise concerns for his commercial interests.

After the singer's appearance at Paris Fashion Week and an interview in which he voiced unhappiness with the way some of his most recent Adidas sneakers had turned out, Adidas declared that it was reconsidering its relationship with the star.

The apparel firm issued a statement saying, "We have decided to place the collaboration under review after numerous attempts to quietly settle the matter.

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