If you’re wondering what it would take for Elon Musk to suspend someone from Twitter, we found out; the disgusting and despicable lowlife named Kanye West, whose self-destruction tour continues and he somehow found a way to outdo himself when it comes to his deranged behavior and outward hatred of Jews. 

It was a full day of offensive behavior, even by Kanye’s standards. It ended with him posting a picture of a swastika merged with a Star of David. That triggered the new owner of Twitter to suspend his account for inciting violence.

Earlier in the day, Kanye appeared on Alex Jones’s Infowars and declared that Hitler and the Nazis weren’t that bad and had some good qualities about them. 

In between, he found time to praise and support Balenciaga, despite the fact they are embroiled in a massive controversy for showcasing child models holding teddy bears with bondage-themed clothing. 

It’s moments like these that have accumulated over the past few months where you must remind yourself that Kanye was once referred to as a genius. 

As the saga played out Thursday, it was clear West knew that he would face repercussions because the final tweet he posted was of Ari Emanuel hosing down Elon on a yacht in the South of France over the summer. Musk replied to that tweet with the unflattering photo of him by saying, “This is fine.”

His reply to the now-deleted swastika tweet was, “this is not.”

He expanded on that later, referencing both photos again.  “Just clarifying that his account is being suspended for incitement to violence, not an unflattering pic of me being hosed by Ari. Frankly, I found those pics to be helpful motivation to lose weight!”

Oh, one more thing that almost got lost in the shuffle that normally would be a front-page story. Before he was banned, Kanye sent a tweet with photos of his ex-wife Kim Kardashian and Phoenix Suns guard Chris Paul and insinuated they hooked up. Correction, he didn’t insinuate it, he basically said it.

It must have been an interesting night in Phoenix for the Paul family.


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