Well, you can't say you didn't see it coming.
After his bombshell interview with Alex Jones yesterday, Kanye West went on an hours-long tweet-storm in which he posted many anti-semitic and generally insane things on the bird app.
Elon Musk himself stepped in and eventually decided the right thing to do was to nuke the account.
Here are a few of the things Kanye West tweeted and retweeted on his way out.
Ye said, unequivocally, that he loves everybody.
This includes the fashion brand Balenciaga which has been in the news lately for child sexual exploitation.
Also, Kanye said some very vile antisemitic things on Alex Jones' show and doubled down on the antisemitism on Twitter.
Yep, it was this tweet with his bizarre swastika inside a Star of David that crossed the line for Musk and Twitter.
If you don't know (and honestly what sane person would?) that symbol is actually from a '70s sex cult called "Raelism" that believes aliens named "Elohim" created life on earth.
Honestly, I don't know who all the people are that are liking all these tweets, but Kanye is supremely popular, maybe the biggest rapper of all time, and he has his loyalists to the (very) bitter end.
When the writing was on the wall that he was about to be suspended, Kanye dropped a couple of personal bombshells as well.
First, he seemed to indicate his ex-wife, Kim Kardashian, had an affair with NBA player Chris Paul.
And then, Kanye decided his last act of Twitter defiance would be to try and humiliate Elon Musk.
If you don't know, the man on the left is Eli Immanuel, an Israeli-American billionaire who serves as the CEO of the company that owns the UFC. Immanuel recently called for a total boycott of Kanye for his antisemitism – which, of course, probably played into Kanye's conspiracy that the Jews are out to get him.
I gotta say... Kanye truly went out in a blaze (but not the good kind).
Here's what Elon tweeted after the ban:
Translation: "[Flowerbed] around and find out."
The most famous black artist (possibly in human history) is also the nation's leading white supremacist and Nazi sympathizer. And it was this black white supremacist who showed everyone the line for acceptable speech at Twitter – a question that the media has used to stump for totalitarian government censorship and corporate blackout.