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Kanye West apologises for swearing in church after weeks of 'anti-Semitic' comments

by Sophie Drew

Returning to Instagram, Kanye West has apologised for swearing in church. 

Ye has been unable to post on the platform since the end of October, after Meta deemed his content in violation of the platform's rules. 

In the meantime, he had also been banned from Twitter. 

In recent months, West has stirred up huge controversy with his comments, particularly those deemed to be antisemitic. 

He tendered an apology to the Jewish community in October before making further statements deemed to be "antisemitic."

He has not apologised for the slew of offensive comments, but has now apologised for swearing in comments made about Barack Obama whilst in church. 

After taking back control of his Instagram page, the rapper attacked the Tesla owner, and the former US president, in a post that has left many perplexed. 

The post, white writing on a black background, reads: "Am I the only one who thinks Elon could be half Chinese? Have you seen his pics as a child?

"Take a Chinese genius and mate them with a South African super model and we have an Elon.

"I say an Elon because they probably made 10 to 30 Elons and he's the first genetic hybrid that stuck... well let's not forget about Obama.

"I'm sorry for using curse words in the church but I don't have word another for Obama yet. YE24 let's unify and find out."

The post was captioned: "On Jay Zs birthday, Future president of the United States Ye uses Mark Zuckerberg's platform to incite a mass investigation of Elon Musk's childhood photos in the midst of Balenciagagate.

"I call this The theory of everything. Problem solved. Praise God."

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