Kanye West wants to keep saying or writing nonsense. He wants to continue spreading misogynistic, anti-Semitic and superior messages on social networks without anyone telling you. The American rapper — who was renamed Ye in 2021 — used to get huge applause during his music career, which has waned over the years with every tweet or Instagram post he makes. His public character is more than unclear.
Twitter, which has 31.5 million followers, and Instagram (18.2 million) both recently banned their accounts for spreading conspiracy theories about the alleged influence of the Jewish community. s You already have a place to stop hearing the constant boos: Parler, the social network of ultra-conservatives, the reactionary immunization that plagued the followers of Donald Trump – we must remember that the artist lent his support to the former US president years ago and even met him at the White House -. “The driving force in the fight against big tech, big government, censorship and the abolition of culture,” Parler defines himself. In fact, Apple and Google have removed Parler from their download platforms for some time due to the growing threats of violence and illegal activity on the social network.
Well, 45-year-old Kanye West, who suffers from several mental health issues and an opiate addiction, decided to buy the company for a sum that didn’t. Because in addition, of course, he has the potential to be a billionaire. Launched in 2018, Parler’s popularity soared after Trump was expelled from Twitter after storming the Capitol on January 6, 2021.”In a world where conservative views are controversial, we must ensure that we have the right to express ourselves freely.The rapper explained through the purchase announcement statement.
One of Ye’s latest events – “narcissistic and attention-addicted,” as New York Times columnist Charles Blow described it this week – occurred during the latest edition of Paris Fashion Week, where the artist was He wore a T-shirt with the words “White Lives Matter” on it. (In English, white lives matter), spoiling the concept of ‘Black Lives Matter’, the slogan of the 2020 anti-racism protests in the United States following the death of George Floyd. And remember, among other things, that it also came from public harassment – via social networks, the publication of private messages, for example – his ex-wife, influencer Kim Kardashian, with whom he has four children.
Despite all this, Parler CEO George Farmer welcomed Kanye West’s arrival at the company: “It is taking a revolutionary step in the media space for freedom of expression And you’ll never have to worry about being excluded from social media again. “Once again, Yi proves that he is one step ahead of the mainstream media narrative,” he added. And several more steps to the right.