Kanye West’s Twitter account has been restored following a ban.

Ye, a US rapper, was accused of violating the platform’s rules against inciting violence.

He hasn’t uploaded anything new since rejoining the site, which Elon Musk has renamed X.

Ye’s account now states that his last post was on December 1, 2022, the day before it was suspended.

Musk stated at the time that Ye had “violated our rule against incitement to violence” and that his account will be suspended.

It came after the musician sent out a string of abusive tweets, one of which looked to depict a swastika and the Star of David emblem.

The suspension came two months after Ye was barred from using his Twitter and Instagram accounts after posting anti-Semitic statements in October. His posts were removed from both networks.

In the same month, Adidas severed ties with the rapper, stating that it “does not tolerate anti-Semitism or any other type of hate speech.”

In March of last year, Ye was also removed from Instagram for 24 hours for using a racial slur in reference to comedian Trevor Noah.

Neither X nor its billionaire owner, Elon Musk, have publicly commented on Ye’s account reinstatement on Saturday.

Musk restored former US President Donald Trump’s account in November after conducting a poll in which 51.8% of respondents voted in favor of the reinstatement.

Trump stated that he has no desire to return to the site.

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