Ari Emanuel's Endeavor Invested in Twitter One Month After Elon Musk Banned Kanye "Ye" WestChris Menahan
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Hollywood bigwig Ari Emanuel, who together with the Anti-Defamation League led the charge to cancel Kanye "Ye" West, quietly invested in Elon Musk's Twitter one month after Ye was permanently banned from the platform.
Emanuel made the investment after Twitter had tanked in value by 56% and Musk was floating a potential bankruptcy.
From Axios, "Scoop: Ari Emanuel's Endeavor invested in Twitter 2.0":
Endeavor, the sports and entertainment company led by Ari Emanuel, invested in Twitter in mid-January, two sources tell Axios.Ye was permabanned on December 1st.
[...] Details: The investment wasn't material to Endeavor, one source noted, but made sense for the firm strategically.This may explain why Musk's ban of Ye was permanent and the "general amnesty" he proposed never came to fruition.
Ye's final tweet was a picture of Musk being hosed down by Emanuel while on vacation in Mykonos, Greece in July, 2022.
Emanuel wrote a column in December criticizing Ye and calling on Blacks to reject "the virus of antisemitism and hate and division" and instead unite with Jews against Whites.
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