Kanye West Starts War Against Elon Musk, Gets Banned From Twitter

Kanye “Ye” West declared war on Twitter billionaire Elon Musk just hours after appearing on Alex Jones’ conspiracy show to advance his support for Hitler, leading to his indefinite suspension from the service.

“I tried my best,” Musk tweeted. “Despite that, he again violated our rule against incitement to violence. Account will be suspended.”

Everything started when West uploaded a picture of a swastika inside a Star of David with the caption, “YE24 LOVE EVERYONE #LOVESPEECH,” on Instagram.

Online argument erupted regarding the logo’s significance in light of West’s most recent antisemitic remarks. He made the most shocking remarks in recent weeks, praising Adolf Hitler during his appearance on Jones’ InfoWars on Thursday.

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“Well, I see good things about Hitler,” West said, later adding: “Every human being has value that they brought to the table, especially Hitler.”

Ralianism, a UFO-based religion formed in 1974 by motor racing journalist Claude Vorilhon, who claimed he was visited by aliens a year earlier, was said by some to be referenced in the image West uploaded to Twitter. Members of it are awaiting the return of humanity’s creators, a race of extraterrestrials known as the Elohim, according to a Vice documentary from 2021.

Although the Raelian website says it employs both the swastika and the Star of David, with David standing in for the infinite expanse of space and the swastika standing in for the infinite expanse of time, the logo is eerily similar.

Soon after publishing the picture, West added: “Well everyone, we had a lovely run, Jesus is King,” along with a screenshot of a message that was allegedly sent by Musk.

Kanye West Starts War Against Elon Musk

“Sorry, but you have gone too far. This not love,” the text message read.

“Who made you the judge?” West replied.

After briefly avoiding the subject, the rapper posted claims that he saw NBA star Chris Paul with West’s ex-wife Kim Kardashian, along with a photo of the Phoenix Suns player. Other than saying, “Let’s break one last window before we leave here, I caught this guy with Kim, good night,” he provided no additional information.

Following a recent controversy, he also supported Balenciaga in a number of posts, declaring in one that “God loves Balenciaga.” He continued, “Balenciaga family for life,” with an image of the rapper dressed in all-black military “security” gear, saying, “I stand by Balenciaga and denounce all witch hunts and I cancel cancel culture.”

He made one last vicious jab at Musk before concluding.

“Let’s always remember this as my final tweet #ye24,” he wrote, alongside an image of a shirtless Musk aboard a yacht in Greece. (The world’s richest man was famously mocked for his pale complexion and relatively out-of-shape physique during his July vacation to Mykonos.)

West’s vacation photo received a “that is fine” response from Musk, who later clarified on Twitter that West’s account was suspended for inciting violence rather than for posting an unflattering photo of himself getting hosed by Ari Emanuel. Sincerely, I found those images to be useful inspiration for weight loss!

Musk reacted to the logo by saying, “This is not [good].”

Ye revealed his Twitter account had been temporarily locked for 12 hours on the social media site Truth Social. He also shared a screenshot of the same text messages, stating: “Standing in truth with two Jan 6ers as we speak Jesus is King.”

Then, Musk tweeted, “FAFO.” a colloquial expression meaning “fool around and find out.”

Just over a week after West returned to Twitter following the company’s suspension of his account on October 10, West’s Twitter account was subsequently totally suspended.

When The Daily Beast contacted Milo Yiannopoulos about Twitter’s decision to remove tweets, he declined to comment. Yiannopoulos is an informal adviser to West’s 2024 presidential campaign.

Ali Alexander, a Jan. 6 organiser who joined West on InfoWars on Thursday, pleaded with Musk to change his mind. “I hope Elon will consider time-out periods for accounts,” he complained to The Daily Beast. “That seems to make more sense than returning to Twitter’s permanent bans over subjective interpretations of an artist-politician-mogul’s work.”

Currently working for West’s unofficial presidential campaign is white nationalist Nick Fuentes, who wrote on Telegram: “Nothing Ye has said in the past or today could be reasonably, or even liberally, interpreted as ‘incitement to violence.’ If this how Elon is going to run Twitter— by refusing to reinstate Alex Jones because of a personal grievance, and banning Ye under pressure from activists, then Twitter remains a controlled platform.”

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