Did Elon Musk Really Suspend Kanye West For Posting A Picture Of Him And Ghislaine Maxwell On Twitter?

Kanye West went off on Twitter again, this time posting a photo of a swastika inside the star of David. In addition, an apparent screenshot of one of Ye’s tweets shows Musk with Ghislaine Maxwell – but what’s the real reason behind the rapper’s ban?

By Nicole Dominique1 min read
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After Kanye West made an appearance on the Alex Jones Show, he took to Twitter to post some strange tweets. The rapper shared an unflattering photo of a pale Elon Musk getting sprayed down by Ari Emanuel, an Israeli-American businessman and CEO known as the “Hollywood Super Agent." Surprisingly, Elon seemed unphased by it. “This is fine,” he responded.

The screenshots that are circulating on Twitter after this interaction show Kanye mocking Elon, tweeting "ThAt Is FiNe” and proceeding to post a photo of Ghislaine Maxwell (Epstein’s former girlfriend and convicted pedophile) standing alongside Elon. However, the validity of this specific tweet has not been confirmed.

After Ye posted an image of Elon, he shared a tweet of a swastika inside the star of David, captioning it “YE24.” This time, the Twitter CEO was not pleased. “This is not,” Elon said. 

Leaked screenshots show text messages between the Tesla founder and Ye following the billionaire's disapproval. "Sorry, but you have gone too far. This [referring to Ye's symbol he posted] is not love," Elon said. "Who made you the judge," the rapper responds. 

In a surprising twist, Elon decides to kick Kanye off Twitter. Users believe it was because Ye posted an unflattering photo of him, while others state it’s because of the alleged photo he supposedly tweeted of Musk and Ghislaine. But according to Musk, it’s neither: “Just clarifying that his account is being suspended for incitement to violence, not an unflattering pic of me being hosed by Ari,” he says, adding, “Frankly, I found those pics to be helpful motivation to lose weight!”

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