Everyone on social media has witnessed Kanye West’s rants and public attacks towards his ex-wife Kim Kardashian and her boyfriend Pete Davidson. The Chicago native rapper has been utilizing Instagram to continuously harass Davidson since the last few weeks. Now it seems the platform has finally taken an action against Ye.
The social media platform has deleted content posted by the 44-year-old rapper for violating Instagram’s harassment policy. According to the Meta spokesperson who spoke to Variety, said that the suspension reasons also include hate speech and bullying.
As a consequence of the suspension the Donda rapper has been restricted from posting, commenting and sending DMs for a 24-hour period. The policy that Meta abides by is to restrict accounts that have repeatedly violated aforementioned rules. With Kanye’s antics it has been pretty apparent so far that he has broke several of those rules.
Earlier on Wednesday, West threw a racial slur at “The Daily Show” host Trevor Noah via an Instagram post following Noah’s discussion of the ongoing feud between West, his former wife Kim Kardashian and her boyfriend, Pete Davidson on national television. The post has since been deleted.
The constant target of Mr. West harassment has significantly revolved around Davidson. Ye has used the platform to justify beheading Davidson in his animated music video of song “Eazy” which released on March 2.
More to come regarding this story, until then stay tuned!