With no end to the Kanye West trainwreck, one establishment is offering support. A London shop is offering free removals of Yeezy tattoos.
Kanye West has been suspended from Twitter, again—this time for posting a swastika. Of course Elon Musk cleared him out swiftly.
We have arrived at the Ye co-signs Adolf Hitler with his whole chest portion of the simulation. On Thursday (Dec, 1), the artist formerly known as Kanye West made an appearance on Alex Jones’ web show, and proceeded to say that even a homicidal maniac has something of value to contribute.
Kyrie Irving’s tweet has put him in the bullseye of cancel culture but the film he referenced is still being streamed on Amazon.
Kyrie Irving f**ked around and found out.
Kyrie Irving is finally taking responsibility for his wreckless tweet, where he shared a link to a film full of antisemitic tropes.
Kyrie Irving is going to Kyrie Irving. The superstar NBA point guard with the questionable social media decision-making skills is mired in controversy due to one of his latest tweets, and apparently, he’s not backing down.
Former President Donald Trump came to the defense of Kanye West as the rapper is in the midst of heavy backlash for his recent wave of antisemitic comments. In an interview, Trump dodged a question about West's marked comments, saying: "He was really nice to me. Beyond anybody, he was."
Ice Cube took to social media to refute claims by Ye that he was the inspiration for the rapper's recent wave of antisemitic commentary.
Ye can't stop being antisemitic.
The latest social media post by Kanye West was removed from Twitter for violating its guidelines after many expressed outrage at its antisemitism. John Legend, among other celebrities, chastised the rapper for his comments. The situation comes a day after West had his Instagram account restricted for similar comments made to Sean "Diddy" Combs.
Kanye West, aka Ye, was banned from Instagram and Twitter over making what appeared to be antisemitic comments.