'Finally Elon Musk does something good!' Twitter erupts after Kanye West's account is SUSPENDED
Kanye West's Twitter account was suspended after a series of controversial tweets. Among his latest tweets was one where he announced his support for Balenciaga after the fashion house was blasted for its BDSM ad campaign featuring children. “I stand by Balenciaga and denounce all witch hunts and I cancel cancel culture Jesus is King Ending trafficking doesn’t start or end with a fashion campaign for Christ Sake,” he said on Thursday, December 1.
In a second tweet, where he posted a picture of himself, West wrote, "Never turn our backs Demna and the Balenciaga family for life Cancel cancel culture Jesus please heal.” West tweeted earlier in the day a text exchange with Balenciaga’s creative director, Demna Gvasalia. He has worked with Demna on Multiple projects.
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Demna asked West to “stop Denma (sic) hate" in the alleged messaged, to which West replied, "Love cures everything, Love Denma (sic).” Following up the conversation with another tweet, West wrote, "God loves Balenciaga Love is the answer Jesus is the answer Praying for all of the innocent artist and beautiful humans who make clothing that had nothing to do with the adds [sic] Peoples grandmothers work their [sic] for Christ sake.”
West also said that canceling Balenciaga was not how sex trafficking of children can be stopped. He instead asked to “remove any and all forms of pornography from Twitter and every platform Pornography is the product of pediphilia [sic] When grown men look at porn they are watching someone’s daughter relive trauma for money.”
West also shared a logo that appeared to be a mix of the Star of David and a Swastika, but it was later deteled as it “violated Twitter rules". Elon Musk tweeted shorty after that, "I tried my best. Despite that, he again violated our rule against incitement to violence. Account will be suspended."
I tried my best. Despite that, he again violated our rule against incitement to violence. Account will be suspended.— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) December 2, 2022
On Thursday, West said he was handing over his Twitter account to conspiracy theorist Alex Jones. Jones has remained banned from the social media platform since Elon Musk took over. Shortly after West made controversial comments on Jones' show InfoWars, a tweet apparently written by Jones was posted to West's Twitter account.
"I love the first amendment! Long live Ye! I pray to Jesus that Elon is for real," the tweet read. West was seen in the show praising Adolf Hitler while wearing a black mask that covered his face and head. The interview was with Infowars host Jones, and it took place on Thursday, December 1. “I see good things about Hitler, also,” the rapper told Jones. Every human being has value that they brought to the table, especially Hitler.”
West also said he would hand over his Twitter to white nationalist commentator Nick Fuentes, who was banned from the platform over his antisemitic and racist rhetoric. Another tweet that was posted on Thursday appeared to be written by Fuentes. "Christ is King — America First, GROYPER! - NJF," read the Tweet. Fuentes' followers call themselves "groypers". West's Twitter account was earlier suspended and then restored, before being suspended again now.
Wrapping up his Twitter storm, West tweeted a photo of Elon Musk in wimming trunks getting hosed down on a boat. He captioned the photo, "Let’s always remember this as my final tweet #ye24.” West announced his Twitter suspension on Truth Social, saying his account was suspended for 12 hours. West's account was initially locked for 12 hours but later suspended, according to the Daily Mail.
His last tweet...— 🔸Christian Castle🔸 (@ChrisFCB_) December 2, 2022
I wonder what it means 🤔 pic.twitter.com/xtfeMJdyLm
Kanye West posts on Truth Social that his Twitter account has been temporarily locked for 12 hours, after posting a swastika. pic.twitter.com/W2Gkk65evk— Zachary Petrizzo (@ZTPetrizzo) December 2, 2022
Twitter erupted after West's suspension from the platform, with one user writing, "Justice must be even. And justice has been done. Ye of little faith did himself in." "Good. He was begging for it," one user wrote. "Hope he gets the help he needs. Lots of talent but some serious issues to address," one user said. "With all the unbans after Musk acquired Twitter, being the first noteworthy person suspended is quite the accomplishment," another user said.
Justice must be even. And justice has been done.— Mark Jeffrey (@markjeffrey) December 2, 2022
Ye of little faith did himself in.
Good. He was begging for it— FLjo7 (@FZjo16) December 2, 2022
Hope he gets the help he needs. Lots of talent but some serious issues to address— Chris - GodBless & GigEm 🙏🏻🇺🇸👍🏻 (@TXAggie4Christ) December 2, 2022
With all the unbans after Musk acquired Twitter, being the first noteworthy person suspended is quite the accomplishment.— Edward's Sisters'Hands (@ed55382970) December 2, 2022
"Good We Can't Stand for an anti-semitic person with the remarks," one user wrote, while another said, "Good! After his sickening Nazi outburst and full-on unhinged Jew hatred today, #KanyeWest has his Twitter account suspended! Thank you @elonmusk." "Kanye West got suspended from Twitter ! Finally Elon Musk does something good !" one user wrote.
Good We Can't Stand for an anti-semitic person with the remarks— Vicky ♥️🇺🇸 ♥️🤍💙 (@Victori00561181) December 2, 2022
🔴 Good! After his sickening Nazi outburst and full-on unhinged Jew hatred today, #KanyeWest has his Twitter account suspended! Thank you @elonmusk. pic.twitter.com/yLbUwKtnvS— Arsen Ostrovsky (@Ostrov_A) December 2, 2022
Kanye West got suspended from Twitter !— Camilla Mæle Ruud #Thriller40🌹 (@CamillaMR2) December 2, 2022
Finally Elon Musk does something good ! https://t.co/HfNKiCM9Rw
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