After a two-week absence, American rapper Ye is back on Twitter, and the site’s new owner, Elon Musk, is happy to have him back. On Sunday, the musician formerly known as Kanye West posted to Twitter from his iPhone, first to confirm that he was still unblocked (his account had been momentarily suspended then restored at the end of October, which Musk maintained was not his decision), and then to wish his followers “Shalom:)”.
An antisemitic tweet was the original reason for Ye’s ban. Parler is a conservative alternative to Twitter, and the hip-hop artist agreed to buy the platform last month. Following Ye’s initial tweet, Musk replied with the encouraging message, “Don’t kill what ye hate, Save what ye love.”
Don’t kill what ye hate
Save what ye love
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 20, 2022
In the wake of the January 6 breach of the US capitol, Twitter’s new leader, who is also the CEO of Tesla Inc. and SpaceX, spent the weekend voting his followers on the platform about whether to restore the access of former US President Donald Trump. As a result of the majority yes vote (52%), Trump is free to rejoin; nevertheless, he has stated that he would continue using his own social network, Truth Social.
Musk just tweeted an analogy between Twitter and a narcotic that will have Trump desperately craving a return. Advertisers have already been wary of associating their brands with the service in recent months, and the billionaire owner of Twitter’s pursuit of the network’s controversial individuals — outside of himself — threatens to further alienate them.
After a two-week absence, American rapper Ye is back on Twitter, and the site’s new owner, Elon Musk, is happy to have him back. On Sunday, the musician formerly known as Kanye West posted to Twitter from his iPhone, the first to confirm that he was still unblocked.
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