Kanye West has returned to social media, but he is still limited by his earlier divisive remarks.
The Flashing Lights artist emerged on the freshly rebuilt Twitter, now branded as X, seven months after his account was blocked.
West made anti-Semitic remarks in October, sparking a collective suspension from his business partners and the law firms that represented him.
Adidas, Balenciaga, Gap, and Apple were among the many companies that cut ties with him.
West's account, known as Ye, was reactivated and awarded the platform's gold checkmark, which is designated for verified business accounts.
The Wall Street Journal reported, citing an anonymous source, that West's account had been reactivated.
After receiving assurances that he would not use the platform to spread antisemitic or otherwise offensive language."
According to Deadline, "Kanye West, referred to as 'Ye,' will be unable to monetise his account on X and advertisements will not appear next to his posts."