‘This Is Not Love’ – Musk Suspends Ye West For Incitement To Violence

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On Thursday, Elon Musk suspended Ye (formerly known as Kanye West) from Twitter after the famed rapper and personality had claimed he “like[d] Hitler” and posted an image of a swastika within the Star of David.

The suspension follows Ye’s appearance on Alex Jones’ podcast dressed in a black facemask. On the show, Ye said there were “good things about Hitler.” He also said everyone “has something of value that they bring to the table, especially Hitler.” He said Hitler “did good things,” calling for people to “stop dissing the Nazis all the time.

Ye also expressed that he believed Hitler “didn’t kill 6 million Jews,” going even futher to say “the Holocaust is not what happened.”

Ye had also Tweeted out a picture of the Star of David with a swastika embedded within it.

Ye had tweeted a screenshot of a conversation he had with Elon Musk regarding the post. Elon had notified Ye of his suspension saying “Sorry but you have gone too far. This is not love.”

West reponded saying, “Who made you the judge”

As his last tweet, Ye included an image of an overweight musk saying “Let’s always remember this as my final tweet.”

Musk replied, “That is fine.” He also said, “Just clarifying that his account is being suspended for incitement to violence, not an unflattering pic of me being housed by Ari.” He added, “Frankly, I found those pics to be helpful motivation to lose weight!”

Musk had later tweeted FAFO, meaning F*** around and find out.