Ye, the rapper formerly known as Kanye West, has returned to Twitter after more than two weeks off. Yee’s account was previously closed after he made a series of anti-Semitic remarks.
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Kanye West, the rapper who now goes by the name Ye, posted his first tweet after more than two weeks of silence.
On Sunday, he tweeted to check if his account was working.
She followed that with “Shalom,” a greeting in Hebrew.
The tweets mark another controversial figure’s return to Twitter following the company’s acquisition by Elon Musk. The billionaire CEO said on Saturday that he would Recalculation of former President Donald Trump.
Unlike Trump, Ye never received an outright Twitter ban. Instead, the company closed his account on Oct. 10 for an indefinite period of time, after the rapper posted a number of anti-Semitic remarks that escalated into threatening and hateful comments against Jewish people.
Ye did not tweet after October 9 until November 3. It is not clear when Twitter opened his account.
Musk said in late October that he was not behind the restoration of Ye’s account.
On Sunday, Musk responded to Yi’s return on Twitter.
In response to his Twitter being shut down last month, Yi agreed Buy conservative social media platform Parler.
Yi’s anti-Semitic outbursts led to major business partners Cut deals with rappers.
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