Instagram reportedly took action and disciplined Kanye West for violating their policy on hate speech, harassment and bullying, according to TMZ. Kanye repeatedly launched offensives on social media toward his estranged wife Kim Kardashian and her boyfriend Pete Davidson since the two began dating in October of 2021. Ye even pushed his artistic license to the max when he buried alive and decapitated a pretend Pete in a bizarre video for the the song “Eazy.” Additionally, Kanye recently attacked Davidson’s friend Dave Sirus on Sunday (March 13) after the writer posted a heated text exchange between Kanye and Pete.
But it seems that West’s most recent attack against Trevor Noah – the host of the Daily Show – took it a step too far. On a recent episode Noah warned that Kanye’s harassment of Kim was dangerous and could turn violent. That is when Kanye posted a recently deleted picture of the South African comedian on Instagram with the caption, “All in together now…K**n baya my lord k**n baya K**n baya my lord K**n baya Oooo’ lord K**n baya.”
Noah used his parents’ violent relationship as an example of his concern, revealing that his father once shot his mother. He also pleaded with the public to take the situation seriously. Noah said, “Do we wish to stand by and watch a car crash when we thought we saw it coming?”
Instagram banned West from posting, commenting and sending DMs for 24 hours, according to TMZ.