Kanye Suspended From Instagram After Asking 'Masa' Ari Emanuel Why He's Punishing Donda Academy KidsChris Menahan
Oct. 31, 2022
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Ye, formerly known as Kanye West, asked "masa" Ari Emanuel on Sunday why he insists on punishing the underprivileged youth who attend his school the Donda Academy in addition to canceling him personally.
"I got about 60 children that have no place to be as they look to transfer [schools]," Ye said. "They tried to dismantle our basketball team. Those boys are being penalized without reason. Even professional athletes were threatened by their owners to disassociate."
Ye lamented that he's being subjected to an economic and digital "lynching" where "children are not even off limits."
"Hurt meeeeeee but please masa don't hurt da chirren masa," Ye said.
Ye's full statement:
Ari Emmanuel:Mark Zuckerberg, who owns Instagram, had Ye's post deleted shortly after he made it and suspended him from the site for another 30 days.
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