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Twitter SUSPENDS Kanye after he posted series of vile anti-Semitic slurs and declared war on Jewish people - as Jewish community and stars line up to condemn him </p7
Kanye West took time out from setting social media alight to romance Brazilian model Juliana Nalu on Sunday in Los Angeles.
The controversial rapper, 45, was spotted heading to a clothing warehouse with Nalu, 24, who wore a gray figure-hugging dress following a string of dates with her in recent days.
Kim Kardashian's ex husband dressed his new muse in a 2024 baseball cap to match his own, suggesting that she's all in on his potential 2024 presidential candidacy.
New romance? Kanye West was spotted out for what looked like a romantic event with the Brazilian model Juliana Nalu on Sunday night around Los Angeles. The controversial rapper, 45, was spotted heading to a clothing warehouse in Los Angeles with Nalu, 24, who wore a gray figure-hugging dress
Nalu's gray dress, which had a suede texture, featured revealing cutouts over her hips that left little to the imagination.She put on a busty display in the low-cut look, which had thin straps and a second set of straps dangling oddly from the skirt.
Nalu wore her dark hair in thick braids cascading down her back, which she covered up with her black 2024 cap.
It wasn't just the hat and the muted earth tones that belied the influence of West on her fashion sense, as she also wore a chunky set of black boots that were similar to several designs that the rapper has worn in recent months.
Showing off: Nalu's gray dress, which had a suede texture, featured revealing cutouts over her hips that left little to the imagination
Long hair, don't care: Nalu wore her dark hair in thick braids cascading down her back, which she covered up with her black 2024 cap. West's outfit was surprising, as he had on a black zip-up Adidas hoodie, despite repeatedly attacking the sportswear brand in recent weeks
West's outfit was surprising, as he had on a black zip-up Adidas hoodie, despite repeatedly attacking the sportswear brand in recent weeks.
The rapper has accused the German corporation of stealing the design of his popular Yeezy Adidas shoes to craft its own footwear.
He paired the hoodie with black sweatpants with text running down one of the legs, along with his own set of chunky black boots.
Kanye, who has lately favored particularly monochrome outfits, wore a simple black shirt underneath his hoodie, and he had his own 2024 hat on.
Kanye West has been locked out of his Twitter account after making a slew of anti-Semitic comments - as Jewish celebrities and politicians condemned him for the vile online abuse.
The rapper, 45, declared war on the Jewish community following his controversial Paris Fashion Week show, where he showcased his White Lives Matter shirts.
He was today barred from posting on his Twitter account after the shocking threats - just hours after being restricted on Instagram.
In a post, that has since been removed by Twitter, Kanye wrote: 'I'm a bit sleepy tonight but when I wake up I'm going death con 3 On JEWISH PEOPLE.'
He added: 'The funny thing is I actually can't be Anti Semitic because black people are actually Jew also.
'You guys have toyed with me and tried to black ball anyone whoever opposes your agenda.'
A Twitter spokesman said: 'The account in question has been locked due to a violation of Twitter's policies.' This means that the rapper will be unable to post.
Deafcon - also known as defense readiness condition - is an alert used by the US Armed Forces to indicate how quickly the military can be deployed during deadly emergencies and attacks.
Kanye West continued his return to Twitter with a disturbing tweet where he suggested he would be 'going death con 3 on JEWISH PEOPLE' while bringing back his 'White Lives Matter' T-shirt
Influencer and Real Housewife Savetsky made videos pointing out Kanye's hateful words - before she received a barrage of abuse herself for defending the Jewish community
West debuted the shirt at Paris Fashion Week, alongside conservative commentator Candance Owens (pictured together)
Lizzy Savetsky, who is among the new cast members for the Real Housewives of New York, slammed Kanye for his repeated antisemitism on social media
West previously accused rapper Diddy of being controlled by Jewish people trying to silence his 'White Lives Matter' message - resulting in his Instagram account being restricted.
And Diddy responded in a post saying he hopes we stop all this 'coonin' and baffoonin'.'
In the veiled swipe at Kanye, he wrote: 'We don't have the time! We are under a state of emergency!!! Unapologetically black first!'
This comes as reality star Real Housewives of New York star Lizzy Savetsky received a barrage of anti-Jewish abuse herself for calling out Kanye's vile antisemitism.
In a clip, Savetsky said that Instagram had become a 'breeding ground for antisemitism' as she berated the app - and Kanye - for his hateful comments.
Among the nasty backlash, the reality star was told to 'get your hidey hole in the attic ready for you and the family' - a disgraceful reference to Anne Frank, who was killed by the Nazis in 1945.
Others commented on her physical appearance, peddled anti-Semitic tropes that Jewish people control the media and banks, and one also told her that 'Germany shoulda won' World War Two.
She took to social media and said: 'Thankfully Instagram has restricted Kanye's account. That doesn't change the fact that I continue to receive shockingly hateful, evening threatening comments in support of his anti-Semitic message.
The mother-of-three from Texas added: 'My children's great grandmother didn't survive Auschwitz so we could sit idly by as people threaten our existence as a people. We have to speak up! I take these threats very seriously and you should to.'
Following her rant, Savetsky, who was announced as a new cast member in August, reposted recent Kanye's tweet and simply wrote: 'In case you didn't see Kanye's since removed tweet.'
Kanye's post was quickly removed from Twitter - however his account was not restricted, unlike the decision made by Meta.
Real Housewives of New York star Lizzy Savetsky called out Kanye for a previous post about antisemitism - but then received a barrage of abuse by his fans
Kanye West was spotted with his ex-girlfriend Vinetria checking into a hotel in Beverly Hills just days ago
Comedian Hannah Einbinder also rallied her 124,000 social media followers to stand up against the hate that Kanye spewed online
Mayor of Beverly Hills Lili Bosse spoke out against the rapper's antisemitism, saying that he 'clearly spews hatred to Jews'
Shocking the fans: Ye, 45, first wore the 'White Lives Matter' design at his surprise Yeezy fashion show in Paris on Monday
Comedian Hannah Einbinder told her 124,000 followers on Instagram after Kanye's tweets: 'Just a reminder that if you f*** with this man then you are dead to me.
'Gonna need my non Jewish friends to condemn that s***. It can't just be Jews defending ourselves, there aren't enough of us left. We need allies.'
Ritchie Torres, who is a US representative for New York's 15th congressional district, was also among politicians and celebrities calling out the rapper for his antisemitism.
He wrote on Twitter: 'Kanye West: if you see yourself at war with Jewish people, then you are, by definition, Antisemitic. Shame on you and your enablers.'
British comedian and author David Baddiel added: 'Kanye West's threat to Jews is as ever based on a myth of Jewish power, a myth believed across the political spectrum.'
Kanye donned his controversial White Lives Matter tweet to watch daughter North play basketball in LA. He sent the disturbing tweet about Jews shortly afterwards
Kanye West's tweet saying he would go 'death con 3 On JEWISH PEOPLE' was removed by Twitter as it 'violated the Twitter Rules'
David Baddiel, author of Jews Don't Count, also stood up for the community following Kanye West's tweet
Representative Ritchie Torres told Kanye West following the vile abuse: 'Shame on you and your enablers'
The writer, who penned the book Jews Don't Count, said: 'It lies at the heart of the Jews Don't Count phenomenon: Jews are powerful so attacking them is punching up and concern for them in the face of it unnecessary.'
Veteran New York State Representative Dov Hikind also called out the rapper for his spew of hatred, calling him a 'sick man.'
Hikind said: 'Kanye is a Jew-hater in denial. He's clearly a sick man
'Twitter removed Kanye's nasty and dangerous antisemitic tweet, but we will not forget the line this man has crossed.
'We can only watch with the same sadness shared by his own family as Kanye West self destructs and attacks his former friends. Ye who sows hate shall reap sorrow.'
The Mayor of Beverly Hills in California also slammed Kanye for his comments - saying he 'clearly spews hatred to Jews.'
Lili Bosse wrote: 'As a daughter of an Auschwitz survivor who is no longer on this earth, I am left to bear witness to antisemitism.
Assemblyman Dov Hikind called Kanye a 'sick man' after he was restricted on Instagram and then had his post deleted on Twitter
West has found himself in multiple scandals in recent days, after he wore a White Lives Matter shirt at his Paris fashion week show
'As I see twitter blowing up tonight over a tweet by someone who clearly spews hatred to Jews, I will be the voice for the voiceless. Never Again. Never Forget.'
Just hours after the Meta restriction, Kanye took to Twitter to continue the attacks.
West's tweets marked the first time in nearly two years since he has posted to Twitter. Elon Musk welcomed his return to the platform, tweeting 'Welcome back to Twitter, my friend!'
After his initial posts were removed by Meta, which owns Instagram, Ye called out Zuckerberg's company on Twitter for restricting his account.
'Look at this, Mark. How you gone kick me off Instagram. You use to be my n***a.'
He posted the tweet alongside a photo of the pair performing karaoke at an unknown time.
A Meta spokesperson said: 'We may place restrictions on accounts that repeatedly break our rules.'
The American Jewish Committee said in a statement: 'Kanye West has had a streak of rants this week that is remarkable even by his standards. Ye needs to see that words matter, especially a vicious antisemitic comment that recently surfaced on social media.
'If he wants to have any credibility as a commentator on social issues, let alone as a musician, he should start by figuring out how to make a point without fomenting hatred of Jews.'