Popular singer, Kanye West has been suspended from Twitter after making a slew of anti-Semitic comments on his account which drew backlash from Jewish celebrities and politicians.
It was learnt that the Billionaire rapper took to Twitter to declare war on the Jewish community following his controversial Paris Fashion Week show, where he showcased his White Lives Matter shirts.
He was today barred from posting on his Twitter account after the shocking threats shortly after being restricted on Instagram.
In a post, that has since been removed by Twitter, Kanye wrote: ‘I’m a bit sleepy tonight but when I wake up I’m going death con 3 On JEWISH PEOPLE.’
He added: ‘The funny thing is I actually can’t be Anti Semitic because black people are actually Jew also.
‘You guys have toyed with me and tried to blackball anyone whoever opposes your agenda.’
A Twitter spokesman said: ‘The account in question has been locked due to a violation of Twitter’s policies.’
This means that the rapper will be unable to post.
West previously accused rapper Diddy of being controlled by Jewish people trying to silence his ‘White Lives Matter’ message – resulting in his Instagram account being restricted.
Diddy responded in a post saying he hopes we stop all this ‘coonin’ and baffoonin’.’
He also took a swipe at Kanye writing: ‘We don’t have the time! We are under a state of emergency!!! Unapologetically black first!’
This comes as reality star Real Housewives of New York star Lizzy Savetsky received a barrage of anti-Jewish abuse for calling out Kanye’s vile antisemitism.
In a clip, Savetsky said that Instagram had become a ‘breeding ground for antisemitism’ as she berated the app and Kanye for his hateful comments.
Among the backlash, the reality star was told to ‘get your hidey hole in the attic ready for you and the family’ – a reference to Anne Frank, who was killed by the Nazis in 1945.
She took to social media and said: ‘Thankfully Instagram has restricted Kanye’s account. That doesn’t change the fact that I continue to receive shockingly hateful, evening-threatening comments in support of his anti-Semitic message.