Rapper Ye turns his Twitter account over to banned white nationalists, conspiracy theorists, and January 6 collaborators
The tweets were sent during an unhinged and antisemitic rant by Ye on Infowars
In the midst of an unhinged and antisemitic rant by Ye — the rapper formerly known as Kanye West — the musician handed his Twitter account with over 32 million followers to white nationalist Nick Fuentes, conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, and “Stop the Steal” organizer Ali Alexander; all of whom are banned on the platform.
Ye now appears to be testing the limits of Twitter overlord Elon Musk, who has stated that Jones’ account will not be reinstated. Ye himself was previously suspended from Twitter for making antisemitic comments, but was later reinstated by Musk.
During the show, Jones, Fuentes, and Alexander all took turns tweeting from Ye’s account.
“Bam! I’m back on Twitter,” Jones celebrated after sending off a tweet.
Here are Ye’s tweets that were posted by banned users: