Many people believe this. Elon Musk allegedly banned Kanye West from Twitter for his farewell message, but that is untrue.
Ye’s account was suspended as a result of a string of contentious tweets he published after his Infowars interview with Alex Jones. However, his most recent posting was an image of Elon, who the Tesla owner described as “still OK.”
The rapper even took the chance to laud Balenciaga despite the uproar surrounding their most recent ad campaign, which depicts kids playing with teddy bears while dressed in bondage attire.
Following a tweet with a swastika, the new Twitter CEO made the decision to take over Kanye’s account.
Kanye West’s Final Tweet Was Elon Musk’s Picture
The rapper was aware of the nature of his Tweets because he shared his “last tweet” while anticipating a ban.
Let’s always remember this as my final tweet, he captioned a photo of a shirtless Elon getting hosed by Endeavor CEO Ari Emanuel on a yacht.
The owner of Twitter, however, didn’t take offense to Ye’s timeline’s very “unflattering” photo of him and said, “This is great.”
“Just clarifying that his account is being suspended for inciting violence, not a bad picture of me getting hosed by Ari,” Elon said. Sincerely, I thought those images to be excellent inspirations for weight loss!
Rapper’s Last Post Wasn’t a Picture of A Swastika
Ye posted the contentious image, which was quickly removed, before publishing the yacht photo of Elon.
After tweeting a picture of a swastika inside the Star of David, he had his Twitter account suspended. Before deleting Ye’s account, Elon remarked, “This is not,” meaning that the rapper was wrong to share the offending image.
The former responded when Twitter users urged Elon to reverse the suspension on Ye’s account: “I tried my best. Despite this, he once more transgressed our prohibition against inciting violence. The account will be put on hold.
According to rumors, the rapper will be suspended from Twitter indefinitely.
Twitter Drama Follows Infowars Interview
Kanye spoke with Alex Jones for three hours on Infowars prior to the Twitter drama starts.
The far-right broadcaster and the designer talked extensively about their views on Jews, Nazis, and Adolf Hitler.
Ye frequently lauded Hitler throughout the discussion, even attributing to him the invention of highways and microphones.
On Infowars’ website, you may see the entire interview if you weren’t able to watch it live.
Some users might find the content upsetting. If you still choose to go on, you have been forewarned.