Kanye West, who changed his name to Ye earlier this year, was once again restricted by Instagram. The rapper posted about Restrictions on Parlor, a right-leaning social network he vowed to acquire.
“I got kicked out of Instagram for 30 days,” Ye wrote, adding that it was for posting comments about Jews to Russell Simmons, co-founder of Def Jam Records and clothing line Fat Farm. .
Ye shared a screenshot of the text exchange between him and Simmons. In it, Simmons urged him to “build bridges and fight white supremacy.” You responded with anti-Semitic comments.
After sharing being restricted from Instagram on Monday, Ye went on to post anti-Semitic statements on Parler.
In a statement to CBS News, a spokeswoman for Instagram’s parent company Meta, confirmed that the post was removed from Ye’s account for violating its policies, and that Instagram had imposed restrictions on the account.
“Accounts that repeatedly violate our rules may be subject to restrictions, including temporary restrictions on posting, commenting, and sending DMs,” the spokesperson said.
Ye has repeatedly used social media platforms to share anti-Semitic remarks.he is temporarilyEarly this month.
Following the restrictions, Yeh saidThis is a forum for conservative thinking and an alternative to other social media sites.
“In a world where conservative opinions are considered controversial, we must make sure we have the right to express ourselves freely.
Parler’s parent company, Parlement Technologies, Said Ye “has taken a bold stance against recent Big Tech censorship and is using his wide range of talents to further lead the fight to create a truly irrevocable environment,” the statement said. .
Many people criticized Ye’s comments,I cut ties with him. Adidas, the sole owner of Yeezy’s design rights, ended its partnership last week.Company The move will result in a net profit of up to €250 million ($246 million) this year. CAA’s Ye’s agents, as well as Gap and Balenciaga, have also ended their relationship with the rapper.
As a result of the partnership ending, Ye is no longer a billionaire, reports Forbes.
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