It appears that Twitter’s future leader has already begun to take matters into his own hands.
Elon Musk, a tech titan who is about to sign on the dotted line with the social networking site, has reportedly reached out to his friend Kanye West in the wake of the rapper’s recent hateful rant.
After his odd diatribe on Sunday, in which he threatened to use “death con 3” on Jews, West, 45, was banned from Twitter.
The father-of-four said, “I’m a bit drowsy now but when I wake up I’m gonna death con 3 On JEWISH PEOPLE,” in a tweet that has since been deleted.
You guys have messed with me and tried to blackball anyone who opposes your plan,” the rapper, also known as Ye, said in conclusion.
It was discovered this week that after Musk’s latest social media shenanigans caused widespread outrage, the “Jesus Walks” singer received a personal message from Musk.
Elon Musk, 51, tweeted late Monday night, “Talked to ye today & explained my concerns about his previous remark, which I hope he took to heart.”
After being banned from Instagram on Friday for anti-Jewish statements, West has now been banned from Twitter as well.
Because he posted a screenshot of an iMessage conversation in which he claimed that Sean Love Combs aka Diddy was controlled by Jews, Apple blocked his account.
West was ordered by Diddy to “stop playing these internet games.”
This is not a game, West said. I’m going to make you my poster child to prove to the Jews who urged you to call me that they have no power over me.
After being banned from Instagram in 2020, he didn’t come back to Twitter until this past Saturday.
“Greetings, and welcome back to Twitter, my friend!” Moments later, Musk tweeted in reaction to West’s tweet condemning Facebook and Instagram founder Mark Zuckerberg for suspending West.