Was Kanye West Kicked off Twitter for Displaying a UFO Cult’s Symbol?

Was Kanye West Kicked off Twitter for Displaying a UFO Cult’s Symbol?

Was Kanye West kicked off for posting a cult symbol? The Donda singer has been the center of all controversies in the past few months. In fact, the singer who was very active on social media was also kicked off several platforms for continuing with his offensive anti-Semitic comments.

In fact, Elon Musk, who believes in freedom of speech, even reinstated Ye’s account, but the two then had a fallout, due to which he was banned again. But one of his last few tweets involved sharing a sign, which was similar to the Jewish community’s sign but in a wrong way. Now reports show that it may have actually been something else that the singer posted about.

What was the symbol that Kanye West posted about?

While Ye has evidently been guilty of making anti-Semitic comments, the reason for him being kicked off Twitter could have been misunderstood. As per New York Post, there is a cult named Raëlians was formed after UFO sighting in 1973. That gave rise to several beliefs, including how intellect gained right after sex could help create cutting-edge technology. French auto racing journalist Claude Vorhilon had the sighting back then and believed that the aliens would come back to earth again. As for the symbol, he told Newsweek back in 2020, “Don’t worry, it has nothing to do with Jews and Nazis.”

Hitler’s party only began in the 1920s and before that swastika was not attached to the Nazi party. They, in fact, want for the sign to be understood and not have it attached to the brutalities of concentration camps. Their unique symbol represents infinity due to its upward and downward directions. As for the cult, they even have women who reserved themselves sexually in case the aliens ever visited.

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Before his second-time ban, Ye posted the symbol with the tweet, “Ye24. Love for everyone.” Many took the message to be an offensive one for the Jewish community for its similarity with their religious symbol. Considering his pro-Hitler comments, it seemed like an addition. What do you think? Share your thoughts with us in the comments.

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