Kanye West has been suspended from Instagram once again, but not before blaming the so-called Jewish media for an apparent technical glitch that was entirely his fault.
On Sunday, Oct. 30, the Chicago rap mogul expressed his support for Kyrie Irving by posting a black-and-white photo of the Brooklyn Nets point guard on Instagram with the caption, “Still got some real homies here.”
Like Kanye, Kyrie was criticized for his alleged anti-Semitism after tweeting a link to a movie called Hebrews to Negroes: Wake Up Black America, which Nets owner Joe Tsai said is “based on a book full of Semitic misinformation.”
Kanye West seemed to have trouble tagging Kyrie in his Instagram post, as he then shared a screenshot showing him searching for the NBA All-Star’s verified account and only finding fake accounts. He then realized that he had typed the player’s name with the wrong spelling.
In his caption, Kanye West blamed the “red media,” a term he has used before to describe media companies that are allegedly run by Jews and have “ganged up” on him.
Rapper DONDA made the same mistake when he tried to tag Stephen A. Smith in another Instagram post hailing the sports expert for also being a “real” guy. Kanye had misspelled Smith’s first name as “Steven”.