Kanye West’s Instagram account has been restricted for coverage violations, the Hollywood Reporter stories. Meta, the social media platform’s dad or mum firm, restricts person’s accounts for repeated coverage violations—stopping them from posting, commenting, or sending messages—however didn’t specify which content material from West’s account was eliminated. Pitchfork has reached out to representatives for Meta and Kanye West for remark.
West had beforehand posted screenshots of alleged texts with Sean “Puffy” Combs aka Diddy. In a single put up seen by Pitchfork, captioned with “Jesus is Jew,” he says “Ima use you for instance to point out the Jewish those that informed you to name me that nobody can threaten or affect me.” The put up is not on West’s account. West later posted a plea to Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Twitter, saying:
In March, West’s Instagram account was suspended for twenty-four hours after posting a slur focusing on The Day by day Present host Trevor Noah. In June, Kanye honored Diddy on the 2022 BET Awards.
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