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 amicable media, is confronting a 30-day anathema underneath Facebook’s hatred debate policies.

The musician has voiced annoy over a cessation and fans have criticised a anathema on Twitter.

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

The posts, according to publications with that he after common a messages, associated to white people and gun violence.

Political news website The Hill republished dual of a criminialized posts.

They read: “White people are a usually ones who unequivocally 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 a reason because guns are a problem if white people put down a gunze we all be protected though nope! They vilent – Lil B.”


In 2014, Lil B faced a identical ban.

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

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

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