Kanye West agrees to buy conservative social media platform Parler, company claims


Kanye West wants to buy Parler.

On Monday, the social media site announced on its official Twitter account that Parliament Technologies, owner of Parler, had given its approval in principle for West, now called Ye, to buy them.

“The acquisition secures Parler a future role in creating an irresistible ecosystem where all voices are welcome,” the company said.

News of Ye buying the conservative social platform comes after he was recently kicked off Twitter and Instagram for posting anti-Semitic messages.

On October 9, the Grammy-winning artist tweeted that he would be going “death con 3 On JEWISH PEOPLE” soon.

He also made headlines earlier this month wearing a “White Lives Matter” t-shirt during his fashion show during Paris Fashion Week.

Details of the deal, including pricing, were not disclosed.

“This agreement will change the world and change the way the world thinks about free speech,” Parler CEO George Farmer said in a statement. “You are taking a revolutionary step into the free speech media space and will never have to worry about being taken off social media again.

Although Parler launched in 2018, it didn’t really take off until 2020. It was removed from the Apple App Store and Google Play following the January 6 riot at the US Capitol. -United. In February, it relaunched, the Associated Press reported, then returned to Google Play in September.


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