After Lil B’s Facebook account was suspended for 30 days for violating the platform’s hate speech policy, The Pack rapper headed to another social media platform — Twitter — to question the validity of the decision.
“Lil B and hate don’t even go together,” he wrote on Tuesday (October 10). “… lil b and hate speech? Really? Lil b pushing a hate agenda? Il be silent lov u – Lil B.”
It’s unclear which since-deleted posts Facebook deemed inappropriate, but B reached out to his fans to ask for help.
“Can y’all ask Facebook if I can show you the 2 post they said are the reason I got suspended 30 days For? – Lil B.”
B gave a little insight into what it could’ve been about it on Monday (October 9), writing, “Found out Facebook banned me for 30 days becuase [sic] I was talking about white people… got it – Lil B.”
The self-proclaimed Based God, who is extremely active on social media, hasn’t posted on Facebook since October 4. Over the past few weeks, he’s been outspoken about his feelings on racial issues, including legal slave ownership.
“IM WITH THE WHITE FOLKS ALL DAY IN PIEDMONT CA!!,” he wrote on October 2. “WHERE DID THESE WHITE PEOPLE COME FROM WHAT WAS THEY STRUGGLE? PASSED DOWN SLAVE $? – Lil B.”
At the same time, he’s been spreading messages about love as well.
“People need to stop trying to invest in drugs and sell love instead.. what do you think gets you higher? Love or drugs I LOVE U – Lil B,” he wrote on Sunday (October 8).
One of his last Facebook posts before the ban read, “Do the white nationalist or the kkk or Neo nazis really hate me? I don’t belive it and I love them ! I’m serious I love all humans – Lil B.”
B also offered “racist people” hugs.
“Racist people need to sit in a room with Lil B and they need to hug and talk for awhile trust me the racism would leave so fast! -Lil B.”
It’s safe to say B will be back on Facebook sometime around the beginning of November.
Check out his posts above.