Kanye West Returns to Twitter After Elon Musk Suggests Account Suspension
American singer Ye returned to Twitter after a two-week hiatus from the social network, and the new owner Elon Musk welcomed him to the stage. Posting on an iPhone on Sunday, the Kanye West singer first checked to make sure he hadn’t been banned — his account was temporarily suspended and reinstated at the end of October, which Musk said wasn’t his decision — before following up with “Shalom. “. Ye’s previous suspension was for an objectionable tweet. The hip hop artist last month agreed to buy the social media platform Parler, which is admired by conservatives as an alternative to Twitter.
Musk responded positively to Ye’s first tweet, saying “Don’t kill what you hate, save what you love.”
The new leader of Twitter, who is also the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, spent the weekend polling his followers on the platform on whether to restore access to Donald Trump, the former US president who was permanently suspended following Jan. 6 violations of the US capitol. Some 52 percent answered in the affirmative and now Trump is ready to make a comeback – although he replied that he would stick to his social media site, Truth Social.
Musk posted and deleted a tweet that has revealed Twitter as a drug that Trump will be very tempted to return to. The courtship of the owner of Twitter for billions of people who disagree on this network – without him – threatens to further alienate advertisers, who have been wary of associating their products with this service in recent times.
Twitter has been setting new highs in user numbers under Musk’s leadership, which has drawn attention for sudden job cuts, scaled-up product changes and the conclusion that employees either stick to the new “hard” work culture or leave.