(PresidentialHill.com)- Last week, rapper Kanye West got suspended from Twitter less than two months after being reinstated.
On Friday, West was suspended for violating Twitter’s rules on “incitement to violence” after he posted an image of a Swastika inside a Star of David.
The rapper posted the inappropriate image hours after he proclaimed his love for Adolf Hitler and repeated his anti-Semitic conspiracy theories during a deranged interview with Alex Jones during which Kanye wore a black hood completely covering his face.
Kanye’s remarks during that interview were so over the top that even Alex Jones of all people was disgusted by them.
Kanye previously tweeted a bizarre rant defending the fashion house Balenciaga over its disturbing bondage-themed ads featuring children. In one particularly odd tweet, West told his followers that he thinks the term “anti-Semitic” means the N-word.
Kanye’s unhinged Jew hatred proved to be too much for Twitter’s new owner, Elon Musk. Despite claiming to be a free speech absolutist, Musk confirmed on Friday that Kanye’s account was suspended for the swastika/Star of David tweet.
“I tried my best,” Musk tweeted, adding, “Despite that, he again violated our rule against incitement to violence.”
In a later tweet, Musk posted “FAFO,” which stands for “F*ck Around and Find Out.”
Earlier, Kanye shared a much-ridiculed image of a shirtless Elon Musk getting sprayed with water by Hollywood big-shot Ari Emanuel, jokingly adding that this would be remembered as his final tweet.
Musk later clarified that Kanye wasn’t suspended for posting the “unflattering” shirtless picture but for incitement of violence.
On Saturday, Musk held a discussion on Twitter Space where, among other things, he addressed his decision to suspend Kanye.
Musk said posting that swastika/Star of David image was definitely “an incitement to violence” because when he saw the tweet, “I personally wanted to punch Kanye.”