Kanye’s Twitter account was restored, Musk said it had nothing to do with it, Trump highly praised Musk

Earlier this month, American rapper Kanye West was restricted from posting on Twitter due to a series of anti-Semitic remarks, but according to the British “Daily Mail” report on October 28 local time, Kanye The Twitter account has been restored, and it is strange that Elon Musk, who just bought Twitter, said that Kanye’s account was not restored by him; while Donald Trump “involved” Musk on Twitter Express high praise.

Kanye (now calling himself Ye) was banned from Twitter on October 9, after Meta-owned social media Instagram banned Kanye in September and deleted his posts, which he had been banned from. Users denounced the post as “anti-Semitic”.

In Twitter’s system, restricted accounts cannot post or interact with other users, and banned accounts are deleted entirely. Kanye is classified as a “restricted account.”

After Musk bought Twitter for $44 billion (about 320 billion yuan), Kanye’s account is back in his hands, which is definitely good news for Kanye, because the current Kanye is not only being Social media was “rejected”, and the cooperation was cancelled by many business partners, including Adidas, who had worked together. Kanye claimed to have evaporated 2 billion US dollars (about 14.5 billion yuan) overnight.

But on October 28, Musk tweeted that Ye’s account had been restored by Twitter before the acquisition, and “they didn’t consult me ​​or inform me.”

Musk effectively took over Twitter on Thursday, firing several executives, including the former CEO, CFO, and chief content officer, within hours. The executives each received tens of millions of dollars. Severance, ‘sadly’ being ‘ejected’ from the Twitter building.

However, Musk did not give specific instructions on how to achieve his old ambitions.

Musk, who has been critical of Twitter’s user management system, has vowed to restore the accounts of prominent people who have been deleted.

These users include Donald Trump, Roger Stone, Alex Jones, Steve Bannon and U.S. Representative Marjorie Taylor Green.

Trump was “kicked” by Twitter when he posted after the Capitol riot; Roger Stone, Trump’s former campaign adviser, was banned from Twitter for “attacking reporters”; Bannon is a former Trump campaign adviser White House chief strategist who lost user access for posting video suggesting Dr. Anthony Fauci and FBI Director Christopher Wray should be beheaded; Alex Jones, host of InfoWars One of the controversial figures once lied that the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting was a hoax; Mary Jo Taylor Green was actually outrageous, and she was banned for spreading misinformation about the new crown vaccine.

Earlier this week, Musk walked into the Twitter office building holding a sink, changed his profile to Twitter’s boss on the Twitter account, and said he released the bird and “let the good times roll in.” On Friday, Trump praised Musk on his own social media, Truth Social, saying he was glad that Twitter was now in “the hands of reason.”

At the same time, Trump has not forgotten to praise himself, he said that his Truth Social has achieved remarkable success. “Truth Social has become a phenomenon. Last week, it surpassed all other platforms in terms of users, including TikTok, Twitter, Facebook, and others.” “The system looks and functions well, in my opinion. ” — of course, Donald Trump gave no evidence.

Many celebrities banned from Twitter are looking forward to Musk bringing them back to Twitter. In April, Roger Stone signed up for a “trumpet” on Twitter, explaining that he was eager to see how strong Elon Musk’s promise could be.


Editor: Zhang Xiaoma