On Truth Social, the rapper said that his ability to tweet had been momentarily disabled. As a result of the rapper’s now-deleted tweet on Thursday (Dec. 1) night that featured a swastika, Kanye “Ye” West has been suspended from Twitter.

Kanye tweeted a slew of contentious tweets, including what seemed to be text exchanges between himself and Twitter CEO Elon Musk, following a wild day that saw the rapper appear on Alex Jones’s Infowars show and repeatedly admit that he adored Adolf Hitler.

Ye shared a photo of a swastika combined with a Star of David in one of the tweets that also featured support and kudos for Balenciaga in response to the recent outcry against the brand.

Kanye’s Twitter storm abruptly came to a stop as Twitter removed the offending post. He also posted an image of Musk getting hosed by the CEO of Endeavor, Ari Emanuel, on a boat, in case he was suspended, in an unpleasant manner.

Emanuel had previously demanded a Hollywood-led boycott of Ye after the rapper made several antisemitic remarks that finally caused companies like Adidas and Balenciaga to sever their connections with him.

Kanye’s verified account on Truth Social shared a screenshot proving that he was locked out of his account for 12 hours along with a new image of his text conversation with Musk.

Musk, a self-described adamant defender of free expression, confirmed Kanye’s suspension by initially responding, “This is fine,” to the unfavorable image and, “This is not,” to the since-deleted swastika message.

The CEO of Tesla responded to a Twitter fan who asked him to “repair Kanye please,” saying, “I tried my best. He still violated our rule against encouraging violence, nevertheless, once again. It will be decided to pause the account.

In a follow-up tweet, Musk clarified that the account suspension was due to the promotion of violence and not because of a picture of him getting hosed by Ari. Sincerely, I found those images to be a useful inspiration for weight loss!