BREAKING: Instagram RESTRICTS Kanye's account, Elon Welcomes him back to Twitter

"Look at this Mark How you gone kick me off instagram You used to be my n*gga," West posted along with an older photo of him seemingly singing at a private function with Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of Meta which owns Instagram.

Joshua Young North Carolina
Space X and Tesla CEO Elon Musk who is on the verge of owning Twitter welcomed musician, fashion designer and cultural figure Kanye "Ye" West back to Twitter on Saturday after West returned to the site and posted that he had been restricted off on Instagram.

"Look at this Mark How you gone kick me off instagram You used to be my n*gga," West posted along with an older photo of him seemingly singing at a private function with Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of Meta which is the parent company of Instagram.

West's Instagram appears to be active as of Saturday but it only has 12 posts dating back three days. Most of West's Instagram posts are screen captures of a text conversation with Tremaine Emory, Supreme New York’s creative director.

According to Yahoo! Entertainment, the two are locked in a feud over their fashion business and personal relationship.

On Twitter, West posted in 2020 the message "Kanye 2024" and then again Saturday with the message "2024" with a hat saying the same thing.

His next message was the one accusing Zuckerberg of kicking him off Instagram, to which Musk tweeted, "Welcome back to Twitter, my friend!"

According to NBC News, West was banned from Instagram in March for 24 hours after uploading a post deriding Trevor Noah with racial slurs.

As The Post Millennial reported, the dust up as West vocally expressed his frustration over the situation with his ex-wife Kardashian and her new boyfriend Pete Davidson. West's Instagram feed had been packed with posts and stories going after Davidson and accusing Kardashian of not letting him raise their children the way he wants.

Noah chimed in and said, "What we’re seeing is one of the most powerful, one of the richest women in the world, unable to get her ex to stop texting her, to stop chasing after her, to stop harassing her."

West clapped back at Noah with a picture captioned with the chorus from gospel song "Kumbaya, My Lord," replacing the first syllable with a racial slur, reading: "K**n baya my lord."

Kanye has made headlines recently as he appeared at a Paris fashion show on Monday wearing a "White Lives Matter" shirt and was accompanied by commentator Candace Owens.

At the same event he mentioned his ex-wife, Kim Kardashian, and a business fallout with the Gap.

On Tuesday, he posted a message on Instagram saying Black Lives Matter was a "scam" and that the movement was "over" in the wake of the multiple reports of the organization's corruption.

By Thursday he appeared in an epic interview with Tucker Carlson where he defended his White Lives Matter shirt and opined about a variety of topics.

"I really felt like I think I started to really feel this need to express myself. On another level. When Trump was running for office and I liked him," West said of his support for Donald Trump.

West also stated overtly pro-Christian and pro-life stances such as, "We have God on our side," and "Even if you don't believe in God, God believes in you." 

"I'm pro-life," he proudly declared.

West also said in that interview that he was friends with Musk and that he knew him well.

Rumble also jumped in on the thread and wrote, "Ye, you can break corporate media and big tech in one shot, they don’t deserve artists and creators like you. Rumble will advocate for free speech and creator independence — no middleman allowed — forever. Hit them where it hurts by joining Rumble like Trump & Russell Brand did."


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