Kanye West has been restricted by Instagram over allegedly anti-Semitic posts. The rapper and multiple Grammy winner has recently been raising dust again with his uncontrolled posts on this social network.
Mint, under cover which ones according to Instagram, also deleted content from West’s page after he violated its rules on racist speech, though a rep for Meta did not say what exactly the content was, according to CNN.
In a now-deleted post on Friday, West shared a screenshot of a written conversation between him and Diddy, in which West allegedly argued that Sean Combsas Diddy’s real name, controlled by jews. “Jesus is a Jew,” he wrote in the title of the post.
American Jewish Committee (AJC) condemned West’s language, saying it spread “antisemitic stereotypes such as greed and control”: “Kanye West should slowly figure out how to get his message across without resorting to anti-Semitism. In the last week, the musician has only fueled hatred of Jews.”
At the same time, they also pointed out his performance in the right-wing show Tucker Carlson on Fox News, in which he said the whole point of the collaboration was Jared Kushner with Israel, which led to a peace agreement with the United Arab Emirates, “making profits”.
“A leitmotif avarice has led to a long list of Jewish stereotypes, such as being money-minded and controlling the world’s financial market. This falsely portrays the Jews as some kind of uncles from the background pulling all the strings,” they continued at AJC– yeah. “Kanye needs to learn that words matter.”
He challenged Mark Zuckerberg
In his own way controversial interview on Fox, in which he also talked about the pogrom against him after he wore a “White Lives Matter” T-shirt for his fashion show at Paris Fashion Week, West activity on social networks on Friday evening, suddenly moved from Instagram to Twitter, where he got down on the owner of Meta Mark Zuckerberg.
He last posted on Instagram before that on Election Day 3. in November 2020.
“Look at this Mark. How are you going to kick me off Instagram? You used to be my buddy,” he wrote while posting an old photo of them together singing karaoke. He replied to his tweet Elon Musk with “Welcome back to Twitter my friend!”