Kanye West has been barred from another social media site for violating their hate speech policies after bringing his anti-Semitic conspiracy theories to Clubhouse over the weekend.
Saturday, the Donda inventor visited Wack 100 for a private Q&A at Clubhouse. Attendees paid a $20 entrance fee to attend the discussion. However, after less than an hour, the conversation abruptly ended without explanation.
Kanye West discussed his latest scandals with Clubhouse listeners during the 55-minute conversation. Among the subjects discussed were Adidas’s decision to end its relationship with the rapper and Ye’s disagreements with the company’s executives.
Kanye also proceeded to make remarks about Jews throughout the conversation. Clubhouse ultimately ended the session when the creator of G.O.O.D. Music pushed a conspiracy theory claiming that Jews are “employed by the Chinese” to control Black people. He went on to say that Jews are “simply middlemen.”
Clubhouse Confirms Kanye West Suspension
According to TheWrap, Clubhouse not only shut down the session but also suspended Kanye West from the platform.
“We took action to shut down a conversation yesterday because it violated our policies,” the company said in a statement. “We also suspended those who violated the policies. There’s absolutely no place for bullying, hate speech or abuse on our platform as explicitly stated in our Community Guidelines and Terms of Service.” Check out their conversation at the end of the page.
Ye’s Clubhouse violation comes just days after he was named “Antisemite of the Year” and was banned from Instagram yet again. Kanye was fired this time after releasing a new song in which he addressed the response to his anti-Semitic sentiments. In the outro, Ye confesses to loving Hitler and the Nazis in an Infowars interview.
Meanwhile, Meek Mill overheard Kanye West’s clubhouse talk, or at least the bit when Ye and Wack 100 mock the Philly rapper for objecting to Ye’s “White Lives Matter” clothing. He responded to the couple on Twitter, according to AllHipHop.com.