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Kanye West tweet removed for violating rules after Instagram restricts rapper over ‘anti-semitic’ post
Kanye West appears to have already broken Twitter rules not long after returning, as the social media platform has removed a tweet deemed to have been a ‘violation’. The Grammy-winning rapper has caused a stir on social media in recent days, sparked after he wore a White Lives Matter shirt at his latest Yeezy fashion show. In the days since, Kanye, 45, has proceeded to double down on his stance against Black Lives Matter while also calling out his critics including Gigi Hadid and Vogue contributing editor Gabriella Karefa-Johnson, and even leaking heated text message exchanges he’s had with friends such as hip hop mogul Diddy. Instagram moved to restrict Kanye’s account amid reports he shared an anti-Jewish post, and it appears Twitter has also pulled a similar move. On Saturday night, the rapper is alleged to have tweeted: ‘I’m a bit sleepy tonight but when I wake up I’m going death con 3 On JEWISH PEOPLE. ‘The funny thing is I actually can’t be Anti Semitic because black people are actually Jew also You guys have toyed with me and tried to black ball anyone whoever opposes your agenda.’ However, that tweet is no longer available on his page and instead, a message from Twitter reads: ‘This Tweet violated the Twitter Rules.’ It comes just hours after Kanye’s friend and billionaire Elon Musk welcomed him back to Twitter after two years of inactivity. ‘Welcome back to Twitter, my friend!’ Elon wrote. Earlier this year, the Tesla boss expressed interest in buying Twitter and had already started the process before backtracking. Upon his return to Twitter, Kanye called out Meta boss Mark Zuckerberg after Instagram restricted his content. ‘Look at this Mark. How you gone kick me off instagram.
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World champion axe thrower is 'badass' pole dancer 'who throws better than most men'
World Axe-Throwing World Championship trophy as she states women can throw just as good as most men.Ceola McGowan, from County Sligo, won the World Double Bit Axe Throwing after beating off (not with the axe) woman from around the world during the three-day competition starting on Friday (August 26 to August August 29).The competition took place in Nova Scotia, Canada.READ MORE: Baker in 'illegal sprinkles' row calls Mark Zuckerberg 'f***ing lizard' after Insta banThe 31-year-old, who is also a pole dancer and trained with the Wicklow Axe Throwers group, told BBC News NI: “The axe-throwing community is like a community of people that you're just you're never going to meet in any other kind of form of sport."We have a saying, we have the 'axe fam', our axe family.“The nationals, the internationals, we all used this term and we all love each other dearly.”She actually credits her pole-dancing hobby as something that enabled her to excel at axe-throwing.To clarify, she does not throw axes while dancing on a pole at the same time.And thankfully for her, she won the title four years ahead of schedule, having predicted earlier last year that she would win it by the age of 35.Ms McGowan, who has competed in Scotland, Sweden and Germany, explained: “It helps me centre, it helps me work on my balance, it helps me work on my core.“The pole-dancing community is actually very similar to the axe-throwing community where you've got that love, camaraderie and support.“I've just been working to build myself up more and more and more in preparation for what I knew was the world championships coming up in Canada.”The world championships for 2022 took place over the weekend in Nova Scotia, eastern Canada.While excelling individually, her