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‘F**k Around and Find Out’: Elon Musk Declares War on Kanye West, Vows To Make Him Pay after Twitter Suspension Following Pro-Nazi Rant

A series of chaotic tweets were posted by Kanye West recently. The rapper is well-known for his infamous and insensitive remarks and statements. And ever since his anti-semitic remarks against the Jew community came out, Ye has been banned from various social media platforms.

Some weeks ago, his largest private corporation backup Adidas also cut ties with him. And now, to no one’s surprise, the Heartless rapper has been temporarily blocked from Elon Musk-led Twitter. Again. It comes after the rapper posted a now-deleted tweet featuring a Swastika (Nazi symbol). Musk who is a self-described free-speech absolutist informed that Ye was blocked as his tweet was considered an “incitement to violence”. Tesla CEO is not backing down as he tweeted “FAFO” afterward.

Kanye West’s Problematic Tweets And Suspension

Kanye West
Kanye West

When it comes to problematic and disturbing remarks and statements, no one does it like Kanye West. He is notorious for various hate speeches. From anti-Semitic to racist comments in public without any care about the sentiments of the communities. On the 1st of December, the rapper posted a series of problematic tweets. His first tweet contained praises for Balenciaga following its recent backlash over disturbing campaign pictures. The spring/summer 2023 collection saw young children posing with sexual pieces of stuff. Balenciaga has since been called out by people, who took down their recent advertisement after the backlash.

Another tweet by West that resulted in the suspension of his account was a picture of the Swastika merged with the star of David. Ye had been canceled for his anti-Semitic comments previously and now posting a symbol related to Nazi power puts him into hotter water. Further, at the same time, he also posted an edited picture of Twitter CEO Elon Musk being hosed by Emmanuel Ari on both.

Elon Musk
Elon Musk

For those unversed, Emmanuel Ari called a Hollywood-led boycott of West after the Anti-Semitic remarks. Instantly following the chaotic tweets, the rapper was immediately suspended from the platform.

He later shared his interactions via text with the business magnet on another social media platform.

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Elon Musk Responds to Kanye West’s Problematic Tweets.

Elon Musk
Elon Musk

Following the series of insensitive and highly problematic tweets by Kanye West, Twitter CEO Elon Musk decided to take the matter into his own hands. First of all Ye’s account was temporarily suspended for 12 hours. Musk replied to one user who wrote “fix Kanye please”. He responded by writing,

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

This was referring to the Swastika picture. As for the unflattering picture of him and Emannuel Ari, the SpaceX founder replied with “This is fine”. He also jokingly added, “ I found those pics to be helpful motivation to lose weight!”

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The business magnet did not stop there as he followed with another tweet. Musk tweeted “FAFO”.

It stands for “F*** Around and Find Out”. This could be a warning to Kanye West for his notorious tweets.

Also Read: ‘I see good things about Hitler’: Kanye West Publicly Saying He’s Pro-Nazi, Denying Holocaust Happened Proves the Rapper May Be Slowly Going Insane

Source: Twitter

Taba Pija
Taba Pija

Taba is a Entertainment content writer at Animated Times. She is a Natural science enthusiast with a master's in Environmental studies. She Loves to read and learn about pretty much any topic. It can range from philosophy to pop culture. She also enjoys flowing out my ideas and thoughts through writing sometimes.

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