Kanye West has been hit with an Instagram ban again after a series of posts.
“We have removed content from @kanyewest for violating our policies and restricted the account,” a meta spokesperson told Complex. “We may place restrictions on accounts that repeatedly violate our rules, e.g. B. We can temporarily block them from posting, commenting, or sending DMs.”
“Ye” West posted the illustrative photo of Emmett Till after the lynching along with messages to Ari Emanuel, CEO of Endeavor.
“They tried to bankrupt adidas and me at the same time… They tried to destroy my life after all the money I made for the ‘businessmen,'” he wrote. “And now everyone knows how much power you ‘business’ people actually have.”
“Ari Emanuel,” Ye wrote. “Can you find a place for the Donda Academy kids to go to school that is properly circumscribed for a school? I have about 60 kids who don’t have a place to be as they want to move.”
He continued, “This is what modern post-social media #blackmirror warfare looks like… the kids aren’t even off-limits.”
He later approached former Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel to help him save Donda Academy. “Rahm… you are a very powerful ‘business’ person,” he wrote. “Here I am… the once-richest black man in the world asking the very person who is destroying me to at least help these kids…”
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