Kanye West deleted his Twitter and Instagram accounts again. After more weeks of sharing his pro-MAGA, and pro-Trump ideas, he deleted his social media accounts yesterday, October 6th.
He vanished from the social media world at about 1:45 pm Pacific Time, as reported by TMZ.
This disappearance comes one week after he sparked backlash following his Saturday Night Live appearance.
After the cameras stopped rolling, he stayed on stage and began accusing the whole SNL team of bullying him for his red MAGA baseball cap.
#KanyeWest has deleted his account on my birthday what a lovely day. ??
— lachlan (@jefferyslachlan) October 7, 2018
This was not the only event which triggered hard reactions from hip-hop fans. Just after the SNL appearance, Kanye headed over to Twitter and called for the 13th amendment to be abolished.
People were outraged when they saw this. They could not understand how could Kanye say that slavery was a choice and then also wanting to get rid of the very amendment that abolished slavery.
This is not the first time Kanye gets rid of his social media accounts.
Back in May 2017, he deleted them again, but he returned 11 months later.
He returned by writing thoughtful posts like, ‘Often people working with the existing consciousness are jealous of those who are more in touch, and they become hard-core capitalist in hopes of creating the illusion that the value of money is worth more than the value of time and friends.’ We’ll see whether and when he returns this time.