Elon Musk personally banned Ye from Twitter on Thursday night, possibly permanently, for sharing a photo of a Raelian symbol that resembles a Swastika inside of a Star of David along with the text, “YE24 LOVE EVERYONE #LOVESPEECH.”
The Raelian symbol comes from a UFO religion called Raelianism that was “founded in 1970s France by Claude Vorilhon, now known as Raël” and is regarded “as a symbol of infinity,” according to Wikipedia.
“Sorry, but you have gone too far,” Musk texted him along with the image. “This is not love.”
“Who made you the judge,” Ye responded.
“Our Father, which art in heaven, Hallowed be thy Name. The Kingdom come. The will be done in earth, As it is in heaven,” Musk said, reciting the Lord’s Prayer.
Ye apparently “liked” Musk’s comment and said, “I’m [sic] Jesus name.”
Ye shared the news on Truth Social along with the text, “Standing in truth with two Jan 6ers as we speak. Jesus is King #ye24.”
Ye’s Raelian tweet was deleted and he received an alert telling him he was banned for 12 hours.
After getting wind that he was going to get suspended, Ye tweeted an image of Ari Emanuel spraying Musk with a hose while on vacation in Mykonos in July and said, “Let’s always remember this as my final tweet #ye24.”
Later in the night, Musk announced he had suspended Ye for “incitement to violence.”
Whereas Ye’s account was frozen but his tweets were still up during previous suspensions, his account now shows as “suspended” and all his tweets have been deleted.
“FAFO [F*** Around and Find Out],” Musk said in a tweet after announcing the suspension.
Musk said last week he was going to launch a “general amnesty” this week and start unbanning people en masse if they hadn’t “broken the law or engaged in egregious spam” but instead he has banned Ye over complete bulls**t.