Rapper Lil B Gets Banned From Facebook For "Hate Speech"


To follow Lil B on social media is to be constantly bombarded with all aspects of the prolific rapper's personality, from astute analysis to seemingly nonsensical tirade (and some hilarious roasting of Post Malone, for which he later apologized).

While it's uncertain when the ban went into effect, the rapper had also previously tweeted about it on October 4, writing, "Everyone let the world no that lil b Facebook has been blocked and I can't log in!" The social media giant has since deleted the posts from the rappers page, and would not reveal what the rapper said said to get himself banned.

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The 28-year-old musician has been debarred from using the application for 30 days for violating its hate speech policies, a Facebook representative confirmed this to Motherboard.

Reps for Facebook did not immediately respond to Complex's request for additional comment. "Please let Facebook no I'm only spreading love!"

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I texted Lil B on Tuesday night about the incident, and he sent me a screen shot of the posts that Facebook deemed offensive. "I don't live in fear I don't need a gun".

Lil B told Slate that the posts were in response to the mass shooting in Las Vegas, and added: "Really I just want my Facebook page back because I really respect the platform".

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"I pride myself on being positive and bringing people together no matter how I come off my end message is to bring people closer in an authentic and honest way - Lil B".