American rapper, record producer and fashion designer Kanye Omari West, better known as Kanye West or Ye, has berated American internet tycoon and Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg for kicking him off Instagram.
In a tweet accompanied by a photo of the duo singing karaoke on Twitter, Kanye chided Mark Zuckerberg for kicking him off Instagram, even though Zuckerberg used to be “his nigga”.
He wrote: “Look at this Mark. How you kicked me off Instagram. You used to be my nigga.”
Ye’s account was suspended over the weekend for violating the social media platform’s rules and guidelines with an apparently “anti-Semitic” post.
Shortly after the tweet, Ye was also suspended from his Twitter account after declaring war on the Jewish community following his controversial Paris Fashion Week show, where he showcased his White Lives Matter shirts.
The rapper, who in a post deleted from Twitter, shared a screenshot of a text exchange between him and Diddy in which he allegedly appeared to show West claiming Combs was controlled by Jews. ‘Jesus is Jewish’.
“I’m a little tired tonight, but when I wake up I’m gonna be death 3 on JEWISH PEOPLE.”
However, his anti-Semitic remarks drew backlash from Jewish celebrities and politicians, with the American Jewish Committee (AJC) immediately calling West’s language a continuation of “anti-Semitic tropes like greed and control” in a statement.
“Kanye West should figure out how to make a point without using anti-Semitism,” it said. Over the past week, the musician has been stirring up hatred of Jews,” the committee said.