Kanye West has been suspended from performing at the upcoming Grammy Awards after using racial slurs directed towards Trevor Noah on Instagram. However, Noah issued a tweet on Sunday responding to news of the Grammy ban, stating that he “said counsel Kanye not cancel Kanye.”
A representative for Ye has alleged that being barred from performing at the ceremony comes from his “concerning online behavior”, considering that the rapper-producer aimed at Noah last week on Instagram, replacing the lyrics to spiritual “Kumbaya” with a racial slur as a caption. Following the post, the 44-year-old was suspended from the platform for 24 hours, flagged for hate speech, harassment and bullying.
The post came after Noah addressed Ye’s marriage to Kim Kardashian during a segment The Daily Show last Tuesday.
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