Elon Musk has suspended Kanye West's (also known as Ye) Twitter account after the last option posted racist tweets and abused the stage's standards.

In an answer to Uber organizer Kim Dotcom, Musk explained that Ye's record was suspended for "prompting to brutality"

and not in view of the music craftsman posting an "unattractive" image of the Tesla Chief.

Recently, West went on a tweet frenzy and tweeted an image of a Nazi insignia converged with the Star of David.

Not long after that, he posted on Truth Social that his Twitter account was briefly locked. Afterward,

Musk explained that he "made an honest effort" to prod West to observe Twitter guidelines, however the rapper actually kept on posting content

that disregarded the stage's standard against impelling to brutality — bringing about a suspension.

This isn't West's first rodeo in that frame of mind while of disrupting Twitter norms.

In October, his record was briefly suspended for posting xenophobic substance. Be that as it may, he doesn't appear to have taken in the illustration.

West has been the focal point of information inclusion since the previous evening subsequent to showing up on Alex Jones' Infowars and lauding Hitler.

Following this appearance, the House Legal executive conservatives account erased its October 6 tweet saying "Kanye. Elon. Trump".

Not long after that, interpersonal organization Parler said that Ye isn't accepting the organization all things considered.