The 44-year-old rapper lately spoke with TMZ and stated although Trump has been banned from Twitter, he is not going to be blocked from utilizing Iconn, which can be utilized to guide entertainers for occasions and the like.
Twitter determined to provide Trump the boot following the Jan. 6 Capitol riots after his on-line messages had been deemed at the very least partially accountable for the occasions by the social media platform. Different platforms like Fb, Instagram and YouTube additionally put holds on his accounts.
“Hear, hear, it is freedom for everyone. Anyone can go on any platform they need,” the “Always On Time” rapper stated. “However I suppose if he begins doing loopy issues like making an attempt to rile up his base and get the Proud Boys occurring Iconn, yeah, then he gotta go.”
The Proud Boys are a far-right group and two males from New York, newly recognized by the Justice Department as members of the Proud Boys, had been slapped with further conspiracy expenses Friday in connection to the riot on the U.S. Capitol.
The Grammy-nominated artist, born Jeffrey Bruce Atkins, joked: “Any humorous s–t outta you, Donny, you gotta go.”
Ja Rule’s stance on the previous president is not precisely clear, however in 2015, he instructed Fox Business that he is a Democrat and appreciated Hillary Clinton, although expressed curiosity in Jeb Bush’s candidacy.
He continued to TMZ: “[Twitter CEO] Jack Dorsey, he stated it finest when he did the precise banning of Trump. He stated he believes that it is the proper factor to do, however he additionally believes this can be a slippery slope, and that is precisely what I felt about it.”
The rapper once more echoed Dorsey‘s sentiments, stating, “I actually do imagine it was the suitable resolution as a result of the rhetoric and the issues [Trump] was tweeting was simply stirring up all of the folks — they rushed the god d–ned Capitol for Christ’s sake.”
“One thing needed to be completed,” Ja Rule stated.
He added: “Trump, come on over to Iconn, get your self a web page, however you higher behave.”
Fox Information’ Danielle Wallace contributed to this report