Kanye West posts disturbing tweet claiming he’s ‘go def con 3 on JEWS’

Kanye West continued his comeback on Twitter with a disturbing tweet suggesting he would “do Death Con 3 on JEWISH PEOPLE” while bringing back his “White Lives Matter” t-shirt.

The tweet appeared to be a pun on the phrase military def con – indicating readiness for war.

West, 45, posted the tweet after wearing his controversial shirt to his daughter North’s basketball game on Saturday.

The tweet was deleted just hours after West – who usually goes by Ye – posted it.

“I’m a little sleepy tonight but when I wake up I’m gonna die con 3 On JEWISH PEOPLE,” a malapropism of the hacker phrase “def con,” West’s tweet read.

He added: “Funny thing is, I can’t be anti-Semitic because black people are Jewish too.” You toyed with me and tried to blackball anyone who opposes your program.

West was not suspended from the platform.

Kanye West continued his Twitter comeback with a disturbing tweet where he suggested he would “do Death Con 3 on JEWISH PEOPLE” while bringing back his “White Lives Matter” t-shirt.

Kanye West was pictured wearing his White Lives Matter t-shirt on Saturday

The rapper donned the controversial outfit to watch his daughter North play basketball

The rapper donned the controversial outfit to watch his daughter North play basketball

Kanye took to his controversial White Lives Matter tweet to watch his daughter North play basketball in Los Angeles. He sent the disturbing tweet about Jews shortly after

It was an active weekend for the social media mogul, as he lashed out at Mark Zuckerberg for restricting his Instagram account after posting a now-deleted private chat with Sean “Diddy” Combs.

In the text exchange, Combs tries to get West to stop wearing shirts emblazoned with White Lives Matter.

“I’m trying to speak to you as a black man. And I’m talking to you because it hurts our people. Stop.’

West replied, “Anything you send, I’ll post it.” The rapper and fashion mogul kept his word, posting the full exchange to his 18 million followers.

The series of texts ended with West accusing Combs of being controlled by the Jewish people – an anti-Semitic conspiracy theory.

‘This is not a game. I will use you as an example to show the Jewish people who told you to call me that no one can threaten or influence me,’ West wrote to his friend.

He reportedly captioned the text exchange message “Jesus is a Jew.” The American Jewish Committee has since condemned West, saying his post was “dangerous.”

West reported telling Combs that

West reported telling Combs that

West reported telling Combs that “the Jews told you to call me” and that they weren’t going to “threaten or influence me”

After the posts were deleted by Instagram owner Meta, West called out Zuckerberg’s company on Twitter for restricting his account.

“Look at this, Mark. How you kicked me off Instagram. You were my nigga.’

He posted the tweet alongside a photo of the couple performing karaoke at an unknown time.

A spokesperson for Meta said: “We may place restrictions on accounts that repeatedly violate our rules.”

It’s unclear which rule West broke in this instance, but he’s been using the platform with increasing frequency to hit out at many people, including his ex-wife Kim Kardashian.

Kanye West has been banned from Instagram over alleged anti-Semitism allegations, claiming Sean

Kanye West has been banned from Instagram over alleged anti-Semitism allegations, claiming Sean

Kanye West has been banned from Instagram over alleged anti-Semitism claims, saying Sean “Diddy” Combs is controlled by Jewish people

He posted a photo of him and Zuckerberg singing karaoke at an unknown time

He posted a photo of him and Zuckerberg singing karaoke at an unknown time

He posted a photo of him and Zuckerberg singing karaoke at an unknown time

West also recently sat down for Fox News’ Tucker Carlson interview after returning from Paris Fashion Week where he caused controversy with his White Lives Matter shirt.

He told Carlson the shirt came from his “energy” and his “connection with God.”

“I do some things from a feeling, I just channel the energy. He feels good, hits using an instinct, a connection to God and just shine,” he said, adding that the idea that he was “wearing the shirt was funny” and that his dad – who , according to him, was a former Black Panther – thought so too. .

‘I said, ‘Dad, why do you find this funny? and he said, “He’s just a black man stating the obvious,” he told Carlson.

“That was my favorite answer, because I kept thinking: people are looking for an explanation. And people say that as an artist you don’t need an explanation, but as a leader you do.

West has recently been in the hot seat for his White Lives Matter t-shirt, which he recently saw wearing to his daughter's game (pictured)

West has recently been in the hot seat for his White Lives Matter t-shirt, which he recently saw wearing to his daughter's game (pictured)

West has recently been in the hot seat for his White Lives Matter t-shirt, which he recently saw wearing to his daughter’s game (pictured)

West debuted the shirt at Paris Fashion Week, alongside conservative commentator Candance Owens (pictured together)

West debuted the shirt at Paris Fashion Week, alongside conservative commentator Candance Owens (pictured together)

West debuted the shirt at Paris Fashion Week, alongside conservative commentator Candance Owens (pictured together)

He also recently spoke with Fox News' Tucker Carlson about the shirts and said he was doing

He also recently spoke with Fox News' Tucker Carlson about the shirts and said he was doing

He also recently spoke with Fox News’ Tucker Carlson about the shirts and said he does “some things out of a feeling, I just channel the energy.” It feels good, hits using a gut instinct, a connection to God and just shine’

He also said the controversy is that white people “stripped us of our identity and labeled us as a color, told us what it means to be black.”

“The answer to why I wrote ‘White Lives Matter’ on a shirt is because they do. It’s the most obvious thing.

Many have called out the fashion designer for the slogan, including model Gigi Hadid, who called him a ‘tyrant’ after he blasted Vogue editor Gabriella Karefa-Johnson when she called his move a “violent” and “dangerous”.

He later walked back his review, insisting he had no problem with Vogue’s editor.

His spokesperson Jason Lee quit in protest at the provocative show, writing on Instagram that West was “enlightening black people and empowering white supremacy.”

. Kanye West posts tweet disturbing claiming he def con on the JEWS

. Kanye West posts disturbing tweet claiming hes def con JEWS

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