Facebook bans rapper Lil B for ‘hate speech’ posts

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Lil B is famous for espousing larger toleration and positivity between races

US rapper Lil B, famous for his outspoken views on social media, is confronting a 30-day anathema under Facebook’s hatred debate policies.

The musician has voiced anger over the cessation and fans have criticised the anathema on Twitter.

Facebook pronounced some of his posts disregarded its policies on hatred speech.

The posts, according to publications with which he after shared the messages, associated to white people and gun violence.

Political news website The Hill republished two of the banned posts.

They read: “White people are the only ones who really adore they guns U can tell they are aroused people! we don’t live in fear we don’t need a gun – Lil B.”

“White people so frightened they the reason because guns are a problem if white people put down the gunze we all be protected but nope! They vilent – Lil B.”


In 2014, Lil B faced a identical ban.

Facebook is not commenting on the stream cessation but the BBC understands that the rapper is purported to have disregarded its hatred debate policies a series of times.

The social media’s village standards page includes a territory on stating abuse and states that the consequences for violating its standards will change depending on the astringency of the violation.

In an talk with tech website Motherboard, a Facebook mouthpiece shielded its decision observant that the site’s hatred debate policies request equally to all races and are “race-neutral”.

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