Ye Banned From Twitter and Instagram for Anti-Semitic Posts

Kanye West’s Instagram and Twitter accounts have been banned after the rapper posted anti-Semitic messages.

Instagram suspended the Hip Hop star’s account on the platform over the weekend after he said rapper Diddy was controlled by Jews, referring to a long-running anti-Semitic conspiracy theory.

Yeezy CEO then took to Twitter to discuss Instagram’s move, writing that he would be going “death with 3 on Jewish people.” His account was also banned there.

Both Twitter and Instagram removed the Donda rapper’s posts, saying he had violated the platforms’ policies on hate speech.

The two social media bans came after Kanye came under fire for wearing a “White Lives Matter” t-shirt during Paris fashion week.

The controversial slogan was also emblazoned on T-shirts worn by Selah Marley, the daughter of Lauryn Hill and granddaughter of Bob Marley, during her YZY fashion show.

The phrase has been labeled “hate speech” by the Anti-Defamation League, as white supremacists began using it in response to the Black Lives Matter movement in 2015.

Other celebrities and fellow musicians criticized West, including Diddy, who wrote on Instagram that he “didn’t rock” with the controversial catchphrase.

“All lives matter – but that Black Lives Matter, don’t play with it. Don’t wear the shirt. Don’t buy the shirt. Don’t play with the shirt. It’s not a joke,” Diddy noted.

The Blood on the Leaves rapper responded by posting a screenshot of what appeared to be a conversation with Diddy, showing him telling the rapper: “I didn’t like our convo. I’m selling these tees. Nobody can get in between me and my money.”

Diddy asked Kanye again to stop, but he replied: “Ima use you as an example to show the Jewish people that told you to call me that no one can threaten or influence me.”

Ye was apparently referring to an anti-Semitic theory that a secret cabal of Jews has conspired to control the world’s banks, governments, and media.

After his Instagram account was blocked, the singer tweeted a photo of himself with Meta founder Mark Zuckerberg and wrote: “Look at this Mark. How have you gone kick me off Instagram?”

West also said he couldn’t be anti-Semitic because “black people are actually Jew also” and accused the social media giant of blocking anyone who opposes his agenda. His account there was banned and removed, too.