Kim Kardashian thinks Kanye West Instagram ban is ‘fair’
Kim Kardashian West’s recent abusive behavior on social media was a racial slur against Trevor Noah. According to TMZ, earlier this week he was temporarily disconnected from his Instagram account and was unable to post, comment, or send any messages for 24 hours.
“Kim thought the suspension was fair but her reaction wasn’t very dramatic. She brushed it off and joked that she needed a day off.
However, all of Kanye‘s posts were draining for her,” a source told the PEOPLE mother-of-four children who were declared legally single in March. 1.
The source added, “It’s very impressive how calm and collected she can remain. She’s very happy with [boyfriend] Pete [Davidson]. Your kids are doing great.”
However, Kardashian filed for divorce from West in February after nearly seven years of marriage. North, 8, Saint, 6, Chicago, 4, and Psalm are their four children.
Meanwhile, the abusive West’s recent behavior in den social media, a racial slur was placed on the Instagram page by Daily Show host Trevor Noah West, targeting the 38-year-old comedian, who has commented extensively on the artist’s divorce from Donda with Kardashian and how the rapper treated her during their divorce Noah then touched on some more recent cases.
He found troubling, such as West’s music video for “Eazy,” which recently buried 28-year-old Davidson alive, according to PEOPLE, a spokesman for Meta, Instagram’s parent company, told TMZ, that West’s latest posts violated the platform’s regulations on hate speech, harassment and bullying, resulting in a 24-hour ban.