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'I Tried My Best': Musk Takes Action Against Ye After Latest Tweet

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Twitter chief Elon Musk has taken action against Ye, formerly known as Kanye West, after the rapper violated the social media platform’s rules.

Ye posted an image of a swastika inside a star of David, which went against Twitter’s rules on “incitement to violence.”

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Responding to a Twitter user asking him to “FIX KANYE PLEASE,” Musk said the account will be suspended. 

“I tried my best,” Musk wrote. “Despite that, he again violated our rule against incitement to violence. Account will be suspended.” 

The post came after a wild interview with conspiracy theorist Alex Jones where West praised the Nazis, claimed Hitler did not kill 6 million Jews, and argued former President Obama was a Jewish president. As Matt detailed, the interview was “an endless stream of mental derangement.”  

He also did the interview wearing Balenciaga amid the company's BDSM/child pornography scandal, including the fashion designer’s bizarre face mask. 

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The latest suspension comes after Ye’s account was locked in October for a number of antisemitic comments. He eventually returned in November.

Musk said he had nothing to do with those actions, however, indicating the team restored his account prior to the acquisition.  

In response to the lockout, Ye bought Parler, but that deal has now ended

“Parlement Technologies has confirmed that the company has mutually agreed with Ye to terminate the intent of sale of Parler,” a Parler spokeswoman said in a statement. 

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