Elon Musk Suspended Kanye West From Twitter After His Unhinged Day Of Antisemitism

December 2, 2022 / Posted by:

After Kanye West appeared in a gimp mask on Alex Jones’s InfoWars yesterday and did the impossible by making Alex look like the most sensible person in the room for once when he outright admitted that he likes Hitler and declared that it’s time to stop dissing Nazis, Kanye then moved his shockingly blatant antisemitism and nearly constant ranting to Twitter. In his manic tweeting, Ye also defended Balenciaga, claimed that he “caughtKim Kardashian with NBA player Chris Paul, and shared a pic of a shirtless Elon Musk, obviously meant to poke fun at his physique. Elon ultimately suspended Ye’s account (that he’s only had back since October), later clarifying it was because of the antisemitic stuff, not because of having his shirtless balls busted.

The New York Post reported that after Kanye declared he was a member of Hitler’s fan club on InfoWars, he later cracked his Twitter fingers and dug himself into an unimaginably deeper hole by posting an image of a swastika embedded within the Star of David.

The rapper — now named Ye — posted the disturbing image hours after he declared his love for Adolf Hitler and repeated anti-Semitic conspiracies in a deranged interview while wearing a black hood fully covering his face.

It also came after a tweetstorm in which he also defended under-fire fashion house Balenciaga over its disturbing bondage-themed ads with young kids — and dramatically claimed he once found NBA star Chris Paul in bed with his then-wife, Kim Kardashian.

In one disturbing message, Ye, 45, told his 32.2 million followers: “I’m starting to think anti-Semitic means” the N-word.

Here’s Kanye’s horrifically antisemitic imagery:

And his claim about Kim and Chris Paul:

Apparently, freedom of speech-humping Twitter overlord Elon Musk even draws a line somewhere, and Ye “fucked around and found out.”

It soon proved to be too much even for Twitter owner Elon Musk who — despite being a free speech absolutist — confirmed early Friday that Ye’s “account will be suspended” just weeks after it had been reinstated.

“I tried my best. Despite that, he again violated our rule against incitement to violence,” tweeted Musk, part of a thread in which he warned the disturbed rapper that his posts were not acceptable.

Musk later tweeted “FAFO,” short for “f–k around and find out.”

Here’s Elon’s series of tweets:

Elon wanted to make sure that everyone knew that the suspension wasn’t because Ye had earlier posted Elon’s doughy-white vacation titties getting hosed off by movie honcho Ari Emanuel.

Ye had earlier taken aim personally at Musk, sharing the much-ridiculed shirtless image of the world’s richest man getting sprayed with water by Hollywood mogul Ari Emanuel. “Let’s always remember this as my final tweet #ye24,” the disgraced rapper wrote.

Musk had replied that posting the photo was “fine,” and later wrote: “Just clarifying that his account is being suspended for incitement to violence, not an unflattering pic of me being hosed by Ari.

And here’s that if you’re into that sort of thing:

It’s becoming virtually impossible to stay ahead of Kanye’s disasters du jour. But since he’s gone so off the rails that it seems like he’s even rankled Donald Trump and Alex Jones, someone needs to find a way to round up all of these nefarious characters into one arena and let them out-stupify each other into non-existence. 

Pic: Twitter

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