Ye, a rapper formerly known as Kanye West, has returned to Twitter, but Elon Musk, the company’s new CEO, has denied any involvement.
Ye was already banned from Twitter for allegedly breaking their rules of service with a slew of contentious remarks he made earlier this month. Despite the fact that he has already stopped using the network, his profile was still visible on Friday.
“Before the takeover, Twitter reinstated Ye’s account. Musk responded in a tweet to a user who asked, “So why did you restore already Kanye West’s account? They did not consult with or notify me. Twitter should not be a place where anti-Semitism and bigotry are spread.”
Elon Musk Denies Activating Kanye’s Account
Tesla and SpaceX founder Elon Musk promised, though, that “anyone suspended for trivial and questionable reasons would be released from Twitter jail.” After completing a $44 billion acquisition for the platform on Thursday, Musk sacked some senior personnel inside his first 24 hours as Twitter’s CEO.
A new moderation council “with wildly disparate opinions” was also announced, however, he insisted that “no major content decisions or account reinstatements will happen” prior to the council’s meeting.
Iran’s youngsters are in charge of the uprising against a 44-year regime. Just before the clock struck twelve, he wrote, “The world needs to support them and recognize their bravery.
Ye questioned: “Who do you believe founded cancel culture?” around thirty minutes before. The posts, some of his first on Twitter after being barred from Insta the day before due to antisemitic remarks, received likes from 344,000 and over 415,000 individuals, respectively. Welcome back, my buddy, to Twitter! On October 8, Musk sent Ye a tweet.