In comparison to an average musician’s Instagram page, Freddie Gibbs got one a bit different from others.
Someone who finds themselves clicking on his stories see not typical promotional material but mysterious memes, fighting videos, and other rudimentary content. However, on Monday, when the rapper opened the app to share some more posts, he found his account had been banned.
Gibbs immediately responded with jokes rather than getting irritated at Instagram for kicking him off the site. He even teased that he’s thinking of starting an OnlyFans page to house his explicit content.
For the nature of his posts, this apparently wasn’t Gibbs’ first time being kicked off the platform. He claimed that in March, representatives from Instagram had personally called him to inform him that he was being banned.
Back in August, Boosie Badazz’s Instagram page was banned from the site after he posted a pornographic photo — and he’s now gearing up to sue Mark Zuckerberg over the incident. “This is discrimination,” he said about being removed from the platform.
He continued: “And my Black people are starting to tell me that ‘Boosie, this man is a racist. He knows you affect the Black community and make them smile every morning. Why he’s not giving you your page back when he gives all these people their page back? He might be trying to stop us from smiling.’”