Ye, the rapper previously often known as Kanye West, returned to Twitter over the weekend, writing “shalom” in one in all his first posts since showing to take a break from the platform after his account was restricted over anti-Semitic remarks.
The rapper posted the Hebrew phrase shalom, which suggests “peace” and is used as a greeting or parting salutation, together with a smiley face in a Sunday tweet.
Earlier he had tweeted out: “Testing Testing Seeing if my Twitter is unblocked.”
“Do not kill what ye hate,” Twitter’s new proprietor, Elon Musk, replied. “Save what ye love.”
The change got here as Ye continues to face backlash after making a string of anti-Semitic remarks, which noticed each his Twitter and Instagram accounts restricted in October.
Musk stated final month that Ye’s account had been restored by Twitter earlier than he took possession. “They didn’t seek the advice of with or inform me,” he stated in a tweet on Oct. 28.
Nonetheless, Ye’s final publish on Twitter was on Nov. 4, a day after the rapper stated he was taking a “verbal quick.”
Various firms lower ties with Ye over his remarks, together with Adidas, Balenciaga and distinguished expertise company CAA.
Earlier this month, it additionally got here to mild that Ye had paid a settlement to a former worker who alleged he had used anti-Semitic language within the office.
Ye’s Sunday tweets got here as former President Donald Trump’s Twitter account was additionally reinstated over the weekend after being blocked for almost two years.
Trump has but to make use of the account, nevertheless, with the previous president having launched his personal social media community, Fact Social, within the wake of his ban.