Kanye West posted her first Twitter post since Elon Musk’s acquisition of the social media platform.
The US rapper shared an untitled photo of NBA basketball player Kyrie Irving on Wednesday.
It received over 30,000 likes within 30 minutes of posting.
West, who legally changed his name to Ye, was banned from Twitter last month due to anti-Semitic posts.
Musk previously claimed that the platform had restored the rapper’s account before it finalized the acquisition of the company, though it’s West’s first post since that time.
Brooklyn Nets star Irving also recently suffered a backlash for sharing a post about an anti-Semitic movie.
On Wednesday, Irving released a statement saying he opposes all forms of hatred and that he and the club would each donate $ 500,000 (£ 438,000) to groups working to eradicate it.
“I oppose all forms of hatred and oppression and I am strong with the communities that are marginalized and affected every day,” he said, in a joint statement with the Nets and the Anti-Defamation League.
“I am aware of the negative impact of my office on the Jewish community and I take responsibility.”
West’s return to Twitter comes a day after her Instagram account was temporarily restricted for 30 days after violating the platform’s policies.
During this time you will not be able to post, comment or send direct messages and the content has been removed from your account.
The rapper continues to face backlash over his anti-Semitic comments, having been abandoned by several major brands, including Adidas, a move that cost him billionaire status.
West used the alternative messaging platform Parler, which he is buying, to announce that he was again penalized on Instagram.
Other fallout from the rapper’s anti-Semitic comments included leaving the CAA talent agency and fashion house Balenciaga.
Last week, Madame Tussauds London said it had moved its wax figure of West out of public view and into the museum’s archive.
West has long been an outspoken figure and was criticized last month for wearing a “White Lives Matter” T-shirt to his latest collection’s runway show at Paris Fashion Week.
Following the controversy, his ex-wife Kim Kardashian and family members called for an end to the “terrible violence and hateful rhetoric” against the Jewish community.
Protesters in Los Angeles unrolled banners on an overpass on Sunday, praising West for his anti-Semitic public statements.