• Kanye West will not be able to use his Instagram account for 24 hours after violating its hate speech policy
  • A Meta spokesperson said that they would take additional steps if West makes other violations
  • West has made several posts attacking Kim Kardashian, Pete Davidson and Trevor Noah on Instagram before his suspension

Kanye West has been suspended from using his Instagram account for 24 hours due to his harassing posts.

A spokesperson for Meta, the parent company of Instagram, confirmed to TMZ that West's recent post violated Instagram's policies on hate speech, harassment and bullying. So, the platform decided to temporarily suspend the "Donda" artist from accessing his account for 24 hours. Following the suspension, he won't be able to post, comment, or send DMs on the platform.

The spokesperson also said they would take additional steps if further violations were to happen.

The "Heartless" rapper has made numerous posts attacking Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson in the past weeks, which many felt was already harassment. Last month, West made several posts on Instagram attacking the "King of Staten Island" star. In one post, he shared a snap of Davidson's arm tattoo of Hillary Clinton and wrote, "Look at this d—head, I wonder if Instagram [is] gonna shut down my page for dissing [Hillary] Clinton's ex-boyfriend."

In another since-deleted post on Instagram, he encouraged his fans to "scream" at the actor and say "Kimye forever." In one message, which West also shared on the platform, his ex, Kardashian, asked him to stop his social media attacks on her boyfriend because he was "creating a dangerous and scary environment and someone will hurt Pete and this will all be your fault."

West responded by telling his fans not to "hurt" Davidson physically, adding that he would "handle the situation" himself. Over the weekend, he attacked Kardashian for allowing their 8-year-old daughter, North, to use TikTok.

He also dropped the disturbing music video of "Eazy" on the social media platform that featured a caricature of the "Saturday Night Live" star being kidnapped, tied and buried alive. Several netizens found the clip alarming, with many saying Davidson and Kardashian should tighten their security.

Just recently, West targeted Trevor Noah after the latter sided with Kardashian over his harassing posts against her. He mocked the "Daily Show" host by using the "k-n" slur, which many felt was racist.

Noah said that "it is terrifying to watch" what Kardashian was going through from her ex despite being one of the richest women in the world. The comedian pointed out how the 41-year-old reality star couldn't get her ex to stop chasing after her and harassing her.

Kanye West performs in September 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada
Kanye West performs in September 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA via AFP / KEVIN WINTER