Kanye threatens to go to WAR with ‘Jewish people’: Claims he can’t be anti-Semitic because ‘black people are actually Jew also’ – after his Insta was restricted for saying Diddy was being controlled by Jewish people
- After being censored on Instagram, Kanye West returned to Twitter with a tweet suggesting he would be ‘going death con 3 on JEWISH PEOPLE’
- He added, ‘The funny thing is I actually can’t be Anti Semitic because black people are actually Jew also’
- The rapper’s latest tweet about Jewish people has already been remove by Twitter
- West hasn’t been on Twitter in nearly two years, and was welcomed back to the platform by Elon Musk, who tweeted, ‘Welcome back to Twitter, my friend!’
- West, 45, also wore his controversial White Lives Matter shirt to his daughter’s basketball game on Saturday
Kanye West faces new accusations of antisemitism after declaring war on Jewish people.
In a now-deleted Tweet, he wrote, ‘I’m a bit sleepy tonight but when I wake up I’m going death con 3 On JEWISH PEOPLE.’
He added: ‘The funny thing is I actually can’t be Anti Semitic because black people are actually Jew also. You guys have toyed with me and tried to black ball anyone whoever opposes your agenda.’
His renewed attack on Jewish people comes just a day after sharing screenshots on Instagram revealing messages sent to Diddy in which West, 45, accused the rapper of being controlled by Jewish people trying to silence his ‘White Lives Matter’ message.
The post resulted in his Instagram account being suspended.
Just hours after the Meta restriction, Kanye took to Twitter to continue the attacks.
West’s tweets marked the first time in nearly two years since he has posted to Twitter. Elon Musk welcomed his return to the platform, tweeting ‘Welcome back to Twitter, my friend!’
Kanye West continued his return to Twitter with a disturbing tweet where he suggested he would be ‘going death con 3 on JEWISH PEOPLE’ while bringing back his ‘White Lives Matter’ T-shirt
After his initial posts were removed by Meta, which owns Instagram, Ye called out Zuckerberg’s company on Twitter for restricting his account.
‘Look at this, Mark. How you gone kick me off Instagram. You use to be my n***a.’
He posted the tweet alongside a photo of the pair performing karaoke at an unknown time.
A Meta spokesperson said: ‘We may place restrictions on accounts that repeatedly break our rules.’
It is unclear what rule West broke in that instance, but he has been using the platform with growing frequency to bash numerous people, including his ex-wife Kim Kardashian.
West reported told Combs that ‘Jewish people told you to call me’ and that they were not going to ‘threaten or influence me’
In the text exchange, Combs tries to get West to stop sporting shirts emblazoned with White Lives Matter.
‘I’m trying to talk to you as a black man. And I’m talking to you because this is hurting our people. Stop.’
West replied: ‘Anything you text I will post.’ The rapper and fashion mogul kept his word, posting the entire exchange to his 18 million followers.
The series of texts ended with West accusing Combs of being controlled by Jewish people – an anti-Semitic conspiracy theory.
‘This ain’t a game. Ima use you as an example to show the Jewish people that told you to call me that no one can threaten or influence me,’ West wrote his friend.
He reportedly captioned the post of the text exchange ‘Jesus is Jew.’ The American Jewish Committee has since condemned West, saying his post was ‘dangerous.
Kanye West has been restricted from Instagram for supposedly anti-Semitism claims, saying Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs was being controlled by Jewish people
He posted a photo of him and Zuckerberg singing karaoke at an unknown time
West also recently sat down for the interview with Fox News’ Tucker Carlson after he returned from Paris Fashion Week where he sparked controversy with his White Lives Matter shirt.
He told Carlson the shirt came from his ‘energy’ and his ‘connection with God.’
‘I do certain things from a feeling, I just channel the energy. It feels right, hits using a gut instinct, connection with God and just brilliance,’ he said, adding that the idea of him ‘wearing the shirt was funny’ and his father – who he claimed is a former Black Panther – thought so too.
‘I said: ‘Dad, why do you think it’s funny?’ and he said: ‘It’s just a black man stating the obvious,’ ‘ he told Carlson.
‘That was my favorite response, because I kept thinking: People are looking for an explanation. And people say as an artist you have don’t have to an explanation, but as a leader you do.
West has been in the hot seat recently for his White Lives Matter T-shirt, which he was seen recently wearing to his daughter’s game (pictured)
West debuted the shirt at Paris Fashion Week, alongside conservative commentator Candance Owens (pictured together)
‘The answer to why I wrote ‘White Lives Matter’ on a shirt is because they do. It’s the obvious thing.’
Many have called the fashion designer out for the slogan, including model Gigi Hadid, who branded him a ‘bully’ after he lashed out at Vogue editor Gabriella Karefa-Johnson when she called his the move ‘violent’ and ‘dangerous.’
He later walk back on his criticism, insisting he had no issue with Vogue’s contributing fashion editor.
His spokesman Jason Lee quit in protest at the provocative show, writing on Instagram that West was ‘gaslighting black people and empowering white supremacy.’