Elon Musk, who paid $44 billion for Twitter in October, posted a reply to one of Kanye West’s tweets on his Twitter account on Thursday, December 1.
Ye tweeted following his highly anti-Semitic interview with Alex Jones, “Jesus is King,” and a picture of his earlier tweet, which read: “I adore the first amendment! Live long, Ye! Ask Jesus to confirm Elon is real “with a handwritten signature from Alex Jones on the document.
Elon answered, “Jesus preached love, kindness, and forgiveness. Turning the other cheek used to make me feel weak and silly, but now I realize how foolish I was to not recognize its great wisdom.
The Tesla inventor may have been referring to Kanye’s “Jesus is King” tweet rather than the anti-Semitic sentiments he made during his three-plus hours on Alex Jones’ show. Conversely, complicity is silence.
On Alex Jones’ show earlier in the day, a fully-masked Kanye made an appearance and praised Adolph Hitler and the Nazis. He responded to Jones, who was shocked by the Chicago rapper-prejudiced producer’s remarks, by saying, “I see positive things about Hitler, too.” “Every human being, particularly Hitler, had worth that they contributed to the table.”
Ye dismissed Jones’ argument that Hilter wasn’t a good guy when he tried to push back. “There are many aspects of Hitler that I adore. numerous things, “said he.
The Grammy Award-winning rapper joked in the background before Jones entered a commercial break, “I like Hitler.”
Kanye also expressed his dislike for the word “evil” being linked to Nazis throughout the discussion. I love Jewish people, but I also love Nazis, Kanye said in response to Jones’ attempt to explain to him how one can love one set of people while despising another.
Since Kanye West was recently reinstated along with other divisive individuals like former President Donald Trump and internet personality Andrew Tate, it is unlikely that Elon Musk will ban him from his Twitter account.