usician Kanye West has returned to Twitter after a two-week absence, and the site’s new owner Elon Musk has greeted him there.
The former Kanye West posted on Sunday using an iPhone, checking to see if he was still unblocked after having his account temporarily suspended and restored at the end of October, which Musk claimed was not his decision. He then added “Shalom:)”.
Ye had previously been suspended because of an anti-Semitic tweet. Last month, the hip-hop artist decided to purchase Parler, a conservative alternative to Twitter on the social media site.
Don’t kill what you hate, save what you love, tweeted Musk in response to Ye’s initial tweet.
The new CEO of Twitter, Elon Musk, who is also the CEO of Tesla Inc. and SpaceX, spent the weekend asking his followers on the social media site whether to allow Donald Trump, the former president of the United States, to regain access after he was suspended permanently following the January 6 hack of the US Capitol.
Trump is now free to return after a 52% affirmative response rate; however, he has responded by saying he will stick to his own social network, Truth Social.
In his most recent tweet, Musk compares Twitter to a drug that Trump will be desperately tempted to use again.
The controversial figures on the network that the billionaire Twitter owner is courting threaten to further alienate advertisers, who have already been