“The corporate [Parlement Technologies] has mutually agreed with Ye to terminate the intent of sale of Parlour. This determination used to be made within the pastime of each the events in mid-November. Parler will proceed to pursue long run alternatives for enlargement and the evolution of the platform for our colourful group,” CNBC quoted the company as saying.
The deal between the parties was announced in October soon after the musician was banned from multiple social media platforms, including Twitter, for his anti-Semitic comments. “In a global the place conservative critiques are thought to be to be arguable we have now to ensure we have now the proper to freely specific ourselves,” Ye said at the time of the announcement.
Parlement Technologies CEO George Farmer welcomed Ye as “a compatriot within the combat without spending a dime speech.”
“This deal will exchange the arena, and alter the way in which the arena thinks about loose speech. Ye is creating a groundbreaking transfer into the loose speech media house and can by no means need to concern being got rid of from social media once more,” the CEO had said.
Ye banned from Twitter, again
The development comes as Twitter again suspended the musician’s account. He posted a photo that showed a Swastika intertwined with a Star of David. Ye deleted the image soon after posting it on the microblogging platform.
The Star of David is a recognized symbol of both Jewish identity and Judaism. Swastika is recognized for its use by Hitler’s Nazi Party and neo-Nazis.
The suspension announcement was made by Elon Musk, Reports also suggest that Ye leaked an alleged chat with Musk on Truth Social app wherein the new owner of Twitter told the rapper that he has “long gone too a long way” and “this isn’t love.”