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Kanye West spotted with son Saint after his Instagram suspension over vile attacks online (Photos)

Kanye West was spotted with his son Saint at a basketball game just hours after he was suspended on Instagram for his vile posts about his ex-wife, Kim Kardashian’s boyfriend, Pete Davidson.

The American rapper, 44, was temporarily suspended from the social media app after he attacked his ex-wife, her new boyfriend Pete, and The Daily Show host Trevor Noah online.

Despite the drama, Kanye appeared unbothered as he took his eldest son to watch the Golden State Warriors vs Boston Celtics in San Francisco, and was seen smiling and greeting spectators, as well as ESPN announcers Mark Jackson and Mark Jones during the game.

 

Kanye West spotted with son Saint after his Instagram suspension over vile attacks online (Photos)

 

Early on Wednesday, he shared a screenshot of a headline from 2019, which read: “Pete Davidson enrages audience with jokes about having sex with a baby”.

 

“Yet another reason why SKETE gotta stay away from my children,” Kanye captioned the post, as he alleged Pete had a “mental breakdown” because he “ran him off the internet”.

 

He then made another claim, as he wrote: “Im really concerned that SKETE will get my kids mom hooked on drugs. He’s in rehab every 2 months.”

However, it was his racist post about Trevor Noah that attracted criticism, as the rapper slammed the South African comedian for wading into the ongoing drama during the latest episode of The Daily Show in the US.

Kanye, who officially changed his name to Ye, posted pictures of Trevor from a Google search, and in the caption, he wrote: “All in together now… K**n baya my lord k**n baya.”

A spokesperson for Meta, the company that owns Instagram, told TMZ that the rapper’s posts violated their policies on hate speech, harassment, and bullying.

His account has been suspended for 24 hours, meaning he is now unable to post any content, or comment on other posts, or send direct messages.

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