Updated: Oct 11
Kanye threatens to go to WAR with 'Jewish people': Claims he can't be anti-Semitic because 'black people are actually Jew also' - after his Insta was restricted for saying Diddy was being controlled by Jewish people
West debuted the shirt at Paris Fashion Week, alongside conservative commentator Candance Owens (pictured together)
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West hasn't been on Twitter in nearly two years, and was welcomed back to the platform by Elon Musk, who tweeted, 'Welcome back to Twitter, my friend!'
West, 45, also wore his controversial White Lives Matter shirt to his daughter's basketball game on Saturday
Kanye West faces new accusations of antisemitism after declaring war on Jewish people.
In a now-deleted Tweet, he 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 black ball anyone whoever opposes your agenda.'
His renewed attack on Jewish people comes just a day after sharing screenshots on Instagram revealing messages sent to Diddy in which West, 45, accused the rapper of being controlled by Jewish people trying to silence his 'White Lives Matter' message.
The post resulted in his Instagram account being suspended.
Just hours after the Meta restriction, Kanye took to Twitter to continue the attacks.
West's tweets marked the first time in nearly two years since he has posted to Twitter. Elon Musk welcomed his return to the platform, tweeting 'Welcome back to Twitter, my friend!'
After his initial posts were removed by Meta, which owns Instagram, Ye called out Zuckerberg's company on Twitter for restricting his account.
'Look at this, Mark. How you gone kick me off Instagram. You use to be my n***a.'
He posted the tweet alongside a photo of the pair performing karaoke at an unknown time.
A Meta spokesperson said: 'We may place restrictions on accounts that repeatedly break our rules.'
It is unclear what rule West broke in that instance, but he has been using the platform with growing frequency to bash numerous people, including his ex-wife Kim Kardashian.
In the text exchange, Combs tries to get West to stop sporting shirts emblazoned with White Lives Matter.
'I'm trying to talk to you as a black man. And I'm talking to you because this is hurting our people. Stop.'
West replied: 'Anything you text I will post.' The rapper and fashion mogul kept his word, posting the entire exchange to his 18 million followers.
The series of texts ended with West accusing Combs of being controlled by Jewish people - an anti-Semitic conspiracy theory.
'This ain't a game. Ima use you as an example to show the Jewish people that told you to call me that no one can threaten or influence me,' West wrote his friend.
He reportedly captioned the post of the text exchange 'Jesus is Jew.' The American Jewish Committee has since condemned West, saying his post was 'dangerous.'
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Candace Owens Says Kanye Declaring War on Jews is Not Anti-Semitic: ‘You Can’t Even Say the Word Jewish Without People Getting Upset’
Conservative commentator Candace Owens rushed to defend friend Kanye West after his Twitter account was suspended for an anti-Semitic tweet.
After getting banned from Instagram for suggesting rapper Diddy is controlled by Jewish people, West took to Twitter to declare: “I’m a bit sleepy tonight but when I wake up I’m going death con 3 On JEWISH PEOPLE 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 black ball anyone whoever opposes your agenda.”
On Sunday, Twitter announced that West’s account had been locked as a result.
On the Monday edition of Owens’ Daily Wire podcast, she voiced her support for the troubled rapper.
In a clip from the episode circulating Twitter via Jason Campbell, Owens first showed the tweet on air before saying, “people subsequently demanded that the tweet be taken down for anti-Semitism. Now, if you are an honest person, you did not think this tweet was anti-Semitic.”
She continued by arguing she did not understand the tweet: “You did not think that he wrote this tweet because he hates or wants to genocide Jewish people. This does not represent the beginning of a Holocaust. That’s if you’re an honest person, you’ll admit that, right? If you’re an honest person, when you read this tweet, you had no idea what the hell he was talking about. I had no idea, when I read this tweet, what the hell he was talking about.”
Owens continued by claiming it was unclear what “death con 3” meant.
Many have assumed West saying “death con 3” was referencing the military defcon 3 which indicates increased military readiness in response to a threat.
“This tweet inspired questions, not answers,” Owens said. “First and foremost, what is death con 3? Did he mean defcon 3, which would be a military defense position? Not an offense, for those of you that are offended, a military defense position, is he tweeting this because he’s reading the Newsweek headline, calling him an anti-Semitic.”
Owens even suggested that West was expressing frustration over not being able to talk about his friends who are Jewish.
“Is he angry because he can’t believe that he’s not free to talk about people in his life who happened to be Jewish? Right? Without being accused of anti-Semitism? Is he saying, ‘I’m not gonna shut up and I’m gonna keep tweeting and I’m gonna keep calling these people out,’ referring to his friends that he feels slighted by?” Owens questioned.
“Is he talking about Jared Kushner and Josh Kushner? If you’re a liar, you’ll say, ‘I know I was scared, Candace. I actually thought that Kanye West was going to launch a military strike in Israel,'” Owens said jokingly.
“Because that’s the reaction. Like when I woke up and I looked at the headlines, the reaction was like Kanye West had gotten together a military strike and it was going to go forward in the morning time in Israel,” she added.
Owens seemed to suggest that West’s tweet was an open-ended question that served as a deeper commentary.
“Now, once again, I want to make this very clear. This is not a defensiveness tweet. This is an open question, which never seems to happen anymore. It’s like you cannot even say the word ‘Jewish’ without people getting upset in the same way that you’re not allowed to say ‘Black’ anymore,” Owens concluded.
West has been shocking the internet since last week when, during a Paris Fashion Week show, he debuted a new line of sweatshirts with the saying “White Lives Matter,” alongside Owens.
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