American musician Ye is back on Twitter after a two-week hiatus, and new owner Elon Musk has welcomed him back to the platform. Posting from an iPhone on Sunday, the artist formerly known as Kanye West first checked that he was still unblocked – his account was temporarily suspended and reinstated at the end of the month 10, which Musk said was not his decision — before moving on with “Shalom.” Ye was previously suspended due to a protest tweet. The hip hop artist last month agreed to buy social media platform Parler, embraced by conservatives as an alternative to Twitter.
musk responded positively to Ye’s first tweet, “Don’t kill what you hate, save what you love.”
by Twitter the new leader and chief executive officer of Tesla and spacespent the weekend polling his followers on the platform whether to restore his access Donald Trumpthe former US president was permanently suspended following the January 6 break-in to the US capital. About 52 percent responded in the affirmative, and Trump is now clearly coming back – even though he has already paid. said he would stick with his own social network, Social Truth.
Musk posted and deleted a tweet described Twitter as a drug that Trump would very much like to return to. The Twitter billionaire’s flirtation with the network’s controversial figures – besides himself – risks alienating advertisers even more who have been wary about associating their brands. service in recent times.
Twitter has set a new high in user numbers under Musk’s leadership, which has drawn attention with its abrupt job cuts, vague product changes and ultimatums. employees are staying with the new “hard” work culture or leaving.