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Lil B has a relentless social media presence, using just about every platform available to expound on whatever topic of note crosses his mind. The Based God now finds himself without one of his favored online spaces, this after Facebook suspended the Bay Area rapper for reportedly promoting hate speech.

“Found out Facebook banned me for 30 days becuase I was talking about white people… got it, Lil B tweeted early Monday morning. Vice’s Motherboard site dug deeper into the matter, and confirmed that Facebook did indeed shut down the rapper’s page for violating its hate speech terms, although the specific posts that landed on the social media network’s page have since been deleted.

Much of Lil B’s recent discussions on race can also be found via his Twitter and Instagram pages, with Post Malone catching stray shots in the process. While the rapper born Brandon McCartney typically promotes positivity with a heavy dose of “based” talk where he lets his mind go often to the point of profane rants, he tends to bring it back home to his usual peaceful stance.

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