Kanye West’s Instagram account is suspended for 24-hours due to his recent online activity targeting his ex, Kim Kardashian, and new boyfriend, Pete Davidson. The Donda artist took to Instagram his family feud, causing many stars to jump in and mediate, like Trevor Noah.
West recently posted two music videos of “Eazy” on his IG, both of which show Kim’s current boyfriend, Pete Davidson, getting abused and tortured. Ye claims it to be “purely artistic” but this silent message left Kardashian feeling “furious.”
Ye recently left abusive comments under the Daily Show host Trevor Noah’s Instagram. This attack comes from how Noah had commented on his show of the Kim-Kanye split and how his outburst has been “Terrifying to Watch.”
The Meta spokesperson shares that his comments and posts go against the Instagram community guidelines and if the temporary ban doesn’t fix that, they are ready to take additional steps if such violations continue. The same kind of incident happened just a few months ago when Britney lashed out Against Jamie Lynn, father and online haters in an Instagram post.
On the Tuesday Show, Trevor Noah spoke at length about the distress caused by the rapper’s harassment of Kim Kardashian and her boyfriend Pete Davidson. He shared “You may not feel sorry for Kim because she’s rich and famous, because of the way she dresses, because she appropriates Black culture, because she tells women they’re lazy, because she broke the internet and didn’t put it back together,” Noah said, “but what she’s going through is terrifying to watch and shines a spotlight on what so many women go through when they choose to leave.”
Unpacking the Kim-Kanye-Pete situation and the harassment many women face when trying to leave a relationship. pic.twitter.com/qF3cfiYL9R
— The Daily Show (@TheDailyShow) March 16, 2022
On Wednesday, West responded with a post on Wednesday, which has been deleted by Instagram, where the rapper replaced the lyrics to his song “Kumbaya” with a variation targeting Trevor Noah. Noah responded in the comments that:
“I don’t care if you support Trump and I don’t care if you roast Pete. I do however care when I see you on a path that’s dangerously close to peril and pain. You have every right to fight for your family. But you have to know the difference between that and fighting your family,” Noah wrote. “If you’re just joking about it all and I’m an idiot for caring, then so be it. But I’d rather be the idiot who spoke up”
Kanye West is building a STRONG case against himself for supervised visitation with his kids. All these displays of obsessive, petty, and disturbing behavior. I wish his family would stand up to him and check his ass & shut this nonsense down. DL Hughley
— CeeBee (@ceeaboutme2020) March 13, 2022
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Donda Artist’s split with Kim Kardashian took place in February 2021 after 7 long years of having 4 children: daughter North and Chicago, sons Saint and Psalm. The mother of four went public with her relationship to Pete Davidson around October 2021, when Kardashian made her hosting debut on Saturday Night Live (SNL). The Kim-Pete-Kanye feud escalated, even when Kanye apologized and tried to reunite. As if sending a truckload of flowers on Valentine’s Day wasn’t enough, Kanye had even moved into her neighborhood.
Last month, Kanye had also burst on his social media against the “Bad Guy” singer Billie Eilish for helping out a fan find her inhaler by pausing her concert. While Billie Eilish expressed her intent was “just helping a fan,” Kanye called it a diss to Travis Scott and the tragedy of Astroworld. She further said, “Literally never said a thing about Travis.” Kanye even threatened to pull out of Coachella till she apologized. Eilish stayed true to her grounds and defended her stance, just like many of her fans did.
Kanye West is on a roll offending exes, scaring future boyfriends, and creating drama that’s unreal. We have yet to see whether the 24-hour Instagram suspension will put an end to his racial slurs or not. But Meta reassures the stars involved that additional measures can, and might, take place against Ye.