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However, sources told TMZ.com that it wasn’t the urinating video which led to the ban, but Kanye’s decision to share the contact information for Forbes editor and chief content officer Randall Lane.
In the contact listing, which listed Lane as “Randall Forbes”, Kanye shared the businessman’s phone number, as he called him a “white supremacist”.
“The platform removed Kanye’s Forbes Tweet because it revealed private information and Ye’s account has since been temporarily locked,” Twitter sources told TMZ.
It’s the latest in a run of bizarre actions, which began in early July, when Kanye announced he would be running for election as U.S. President in November.
He also revealed at a political rally that he and his wife Kim Kardashian had considered aborting their firstborn daughter North, and then attacked Kim and her mother Kris in a Twitter rant.
Kardashian has since explained her husband’s comments came during a bipolar episode.