by Kanye West The recent Instagram ban could mean that the “Yeenyuhs” will take matters into their own hands and create their own social media app.
the explosion reported on Wednesday, March 16, the rap star has been temporarily suspended from the social media app for 24 hours.
The suspension came after he hurled several swear words and racial slurs at ‘The Daily Show’ host, Trevor Noah.
A spokesperson for Meta, Instagram’s parent company, told the outlet that the “Donda” rapper faces a 24-hour suspension for violating Instagram’s policies on hate speech, harassment and bullying. He will not be able to post, comment or send direct messages to other users through the application.
Kanye suspended from IG for harassment, hate speech and bullying
The spokesperson added that they will take further disciplinary action if Ye continues to violate their policies.
Kanye called Trevor a “k**n” which is defined as “a black person who doesn’t like people who are black,” according to the Urban Dictionary.
According to Urban Dictionary, “K**n Baya” means “a word used to define a black individual who is anti-black and often acts against the black community.” He also defines it as “the derogatory term used to refer to a black individual or any person of African descent”.
The reason for Kanye’s outburst towards the late night TV host came after Noah voiced his concerns over the rapper’s divorce and custody battle with his ex-wife, Kim Kardashian.
On a recent episode of ‘The Daily Show,’ host Trevor Noah expressed concern that West was becoming “more and more belligerent” and said it “makes you uncomfortable” to see Ye’s ex “harassed”.
Despite Kanye’s recent statements about Kim holding their four children back from him, the “Eazy” rapper took his son, Saint, 6, to a Warriors game on Wednesday night.
Trevor Noah ‘uncomfortable’ with Kanye’s harassment of Kim
The father-son duo sat on the court during the Boston Celtics’ NBA game against the Golden State Warriors in San Francisco.
You are a good friend and fellow music maker French Montana spoke about Kanye’s suspension on Wednesday.
French Montana Says Kanye Will Launch His Own Social Media Platform
Montana took to Twitter to post the following message: “They suspended my buddy Kanye from Instagram, he was about to start his own social media platform.”
They suspended my dawg Kanye from Instagram, he was about to start his own social media platform
— French Montana (@FrenchHMonTanA) March 17, 2022
He might actually be onto something.
Kanye recently created his own streaming device called “Stem Player”, which is the only place “Donda 2” is available.
Stem Player costs $200 and reportedly earned the rap genius $2.2 million in sales.
Let’s say Montana is correct that Kanye will create his own social media platform.
Then he could create his “great” idea of ”JesusTok”.
TikTok is a big point of contention for the father of four. He absolutely hates that his eldest daughter, North West (8), is on the app thanks to her mother allowing it.
He accused Kim of putting North on the platform “against my will”.
Earlier this year, he launched an impassioned tirade against social media app Gen-Z and explained that kids need “JesusTok” instead of TikTok.
In fact, it’s a concept he designed in 2020.
In a tweet posted in August 2020, the rapper said, “A VISION JUST CAME TO ME… JESUS TOK I WAS WATCHING TIK TOK WITH MY DAUGHTER AND AS A CHRISTIAN FATHER, I WAS DROP BY A LOT OF CONTENT BUT I COMPLETELY LOVED THE TECHNOLOGY .