Kanye buys conservative social network Parler

Kanye West – who knows only Ye – has agreed to buy controversial conservative-oriented social media app Parler, the network announced on Monday, according to NBC News.

Parler sells itself as an alternative to other apps like Facebook and Twitter, with a focus on “free speech” and an “unparalleled” space. Last year, it was taken offline in connection with the January 6 attack on the US Capitol.

The social media platform is run by George Farmer, husband of outspoken black conservative Candace Owens.

Kanye – Who Now Go By Just Ye – Buy conservative social media platform in response to Twitter, Instagram ban

The news comes just a week after the rapper was locked out of his Twitter account and restricted on Instagram following a widespread backlash over the protest posts.

Parler’s parent company, Parlement Technologies, announced that “it has entered into an agreement in principle to sell Parler” to Ye, who has “taken a bold stance against his recent censorship from Big Tech.”

Kanye West made headlines on social media wearing socks and flip-flops during London Fashion Week at the Burberry show.
Kanye West leaves the Burberry S/S 2022 Catwalk Show during London Fashion Week September 2022 on September 26, 2022 in London, England. (Photo by Neil Mockford / GC Images)

“In a world where conservative views are seen as controversial, we must ensure that we have the freedom to express ourselves,” Ye said in a statement announcing the plan.

Last year, Google, Apple and Amazon suspended the social networking app Parler, which was unavailable in the App Store, Google Play, and Amazon Web Services, allegedly because the network did not control user posts enough. whose violent behavior was encouraged leading up to the January 6 attacks.

Both parties will sign a certain purchase and sale agreement which is expected to close by the end of the year with “continuous technical support from Parlement…. and infrastructure,” under the terms of the original agreement.

“Terms of the proposed transaction will include ongoing technical support from Parlement and the use of private cloud services through Parlement’s private cloud and data center infrastructure,” the statement said. father said.

Parler says Deal with Ye will ‘Change the way the world understands free language’

George Farmer, husband of Owen, CEO of Parlement Technologies, added “this deal will change the world and change the way the world thinks about free speech”.

Illustration of a human hand with a mobile device displaying the logo for the Parler social media platform with the American flag displayed in the background, Lafayette, California, January 21, 2021. (Photo by Smith Collection / Gado / Getty Images)

“Ye is making a foray into the free speech media space and will never have to fear being removed from social media again. Once again, Ye proves he’s one step ahead of the legacy media narrative,” he said. “Parlement would be honored to help him achieve his goal.”

Earlier this month, Ye was restricted on Instagram and Twitter for making comments about Jews.

On October 10, he posted a deleted screenshot from the alleged text exchange between him and fellow rapper Sean “Diddy” Combs, along with the caption “Jesus is the One.” Jewish”.

The message seems to imply that Combs is controlled by the Jews – a longstanding foundation of counter-conspiracy theories.

Scroll to buy Parler comes amid controversial social media posts from Rapper

In another anti-discrimination post on Twitter, Ye said that he would “death (sp) 3 children to the Claimant” regarding the size of US defense readiness known as DEFCON.

He also complained about being restricted from Instagram and posted an old photo of himself and Facebook CEO/Meta Mark Zuckerberg, who owns the same Instagram, in response to the ban.

Ye also used the same Instagram to attack ex-wife Kim Kardashian – whom he divorced last year – her recent ex Pete Davidson, and business partners like Adidas and Gap, Shade room previous report.

The controversial figure was also criticized for wearing a shirt with the words “White Lives Matter”, apparently to mock the Black Lives Matter movement, at a Paris fashion show earlier this month, each Shade room.

Ye has previously spoken out about his struggles with mental health and has been erratic again in recent weeks.

The news also comes amid ongoing negotiations between Elon Musk and Twitter to acquire that social media platform.


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