YOUTUBE has became the latest online platform to stop hosting grime artist Wiley after his antisemitic outburst on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook led to those social media sites kicking him off.
The Google-owned video-sharing site confirmed last week that it had already suspended monetisation on Wiley’s videos following his ban from other platforms and now appears to have followed up by its own ban, after commentators on Wednesday noted that Wiley’s YouTube official account had disappeared.
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