You can come back to Twitter, too, even if you’re not former President Donald Trump. Several weeks after having his account suspended in October for anti-semitic comments, Ye, the artist formerly known as Kanye West, returned to Twitter on Sunday. Elon Musk, CEO of Twitter, “liked” his post on the criticism, in which he said, “Shalom.”
Shalom : )
— ye (@kanyewest) November 20, 2022
In October, Twitter restricted Ye’s account after he made a disturbing antisemitic tweet in which he promised to go “death con 3 on JEWISH PEOPLE,” yet he was never completely banned. In the weeks that followed, Ye doubled down on his antisemitic sentiments, prompting a number of corporations, including Adidas, to sever connections with him.
Ye, in his first tweet since early November, wrote, “Testing to see whether my Twitter is unblocked.” Musk retorted, “Don’t kill what ye hate Save what ye love.” Prior to his acquisition of Twitter, Musk claimed that Ye’s “account was reinstated by Twitter” without consulting or informing himself.
Meanwhile, Ye has announced his intention to run for president again in 2024 in a video posted on YouTube by X17 Online. He claims to have the support of controversial far-right agitator Milo Yiannopoulos. Ye was a presidential candidate in 2020 for the “Birthday Party,” although he was not on the ballot in many jurisdictions. Reportedly, he got under 60% of the vote. Despite Ye’s assertion on November 3 that he would engage in a “verbal fast” for the next 30 days, he has now spoken publicly.
If you’re not former President Donald Trump, you’re welcome to return to Twitter, too. Ye, the musician formerly known as Kanye West, came back to Twitter on Sunday after having his account suspended in October for anti-semitic statements.
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