On October 12, a conservative influencer Political commentator Candace Owens shared a letter on Twitter indicating that JP Morgan allegedly closed the bank account of Kanye West (also known as Ye).Hip-hop star and rapper One, who has recently been accused of making anti-Semitic remarks, has had some of his tweets removed from Twitter.
Political commentator Candace Owens shares alleged letter from JP Morgan to Kanye West, letter ends rapper’s relationship with Banks
} American rapper, songwriter and record producer Ye (Kanye West) has been dealing with a lot of anti-aircraft fire lately. One of West’s tweets says, but “Who do you think created the cancellation culture?” Celebrity removed from his Twitter profile. Additionally, Yeh has recently been controversial for wearing his T-his shirt from “White Lives Matter.” In a tweet that was shared on October 7, Ye shared an image of a hat that read “2024.” This could hint at another attempt to run for president of the United States.
Following all the controversy surrounding the Atlanta-born musician, political commentator Candice Owens shared a letter Ye allegedly received from financial giant JP Morgan. Published a tweet to.
“Today [Kanye West] learned that he has been officially banned from JPMorgan Chase’s bank,” Owens tweeted on Wednesday. . “I was told no official reason was given, but they also sent this letter to confirm that the Yeezy empire needs to find another place to bank by the end of November.
These are very scary times in this country. There is an ongoing debate as to who led us to these times.
Ye replies and says he is happy to bring bank cancellations to the forefront of conversation
from Owens A new York Times dealbook confirmed the veracity of the letter, following the tweet. Ye shared a comment about the situation with Page Six, saying he was happy to have crossed the line. “Hey, if you call someone out for bad business, it means you’re anti-Semitic,” the rapper pointed out. That way, we can talk openly about things like being canceled by the bank.”
Ye’s story follows a recent report on PayPal’s terms of service, which said the company had (ToS) I submitted my changes by mistake. A copy of his ToS for Paypal showed that the company would fine the user her $2,500 for spreading what the company called “false information.” However, PayPal retracted the user’s policy information after a social media backlash, saying it was published in error. Payments company told:
Internet searches for “delete Paypal” surged 1,400% afterPaypal ToS mix-up. Meanwhile, a crypto advocate on the Reddit forum r/bitcoin said you should move to a censorship-resistant currency like Bitcoin (BTC). One Redditor wrote:
I’m not into pop culture or celebrity, but this situation is a big opportunity. If this guy on social media he reacted to JP Morgan and simply said, “If you fuck the bank, I’m going to move to Bitcoin,” Bitcoin would get a lot of attention.
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