British rapper Wiley is continuing to post conspiracy theories on new unregulated...

British rapper Wiley is continuing to post conspiracy theories on new unregulated app Parler

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Disgraced rapper Wiley has continued to spout conspiracy theories on an unregulated app after he was banned from Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

The 41-year-old was blocked from the social media giants and YouTube three months ago after posting a series of hateful rants.

But since last week, he has uploaded tons of statuses and videos of himself daily to ‘free speech’ site Parler.

Most of his hundreds of posts have so far been him trying to wade into the feud between fellow grime artists Stormzy and Chipmunk.

But others allude to the conspiracy theory Jewish people own the world media and another hints they are ‘sneaky’ in business dealings.

The 41-year-old (pictured, in one of his new videos) was blocked from the social media giants and YouTube three months ago after posting a series of hateful rants

The 41-year-old (pictured, in one of his new videos) was blocked from the social media giants and YouTube three months ago after posting a series of hateful rants

One bizarre post even suggests Jewish people created coronavirus to keep the world population down.

In one he wrote: ‘So far depopulation has taken a million lives and guess what? To them that ain’t even enough…Now do you get what’s going on here?’

He does not specify who the ‘them’ is he is referring to but had previously posted a status which said: ‘Who runs & controls the media?’

On Twitter in July, after comparing Jews to the Ku Klux Klan, Wiley went on to urge his 500,000 followers to ‘go to war’ with Jewish people.

He even said Jews should ‘hold some corn’ – a slang term meaning they should be shot.

He shared a variety of anti-Semitic conspiracies about Jews including the belief they secretly run the world’s money and media.

Wiley, who has never apologised for his offensive comments, appeared to stand by them in another post this week on Parler.

Wiley (pictured in July last year), who has never apologised for his offensive comments, appeared to stand by them on Parler

Wiley (pictured in July last year), who has never apologised for his offensive comments, appeared to stand by them on Parler

He wrote: ‘In my life I’ve never been wrong and strong for more than 48 hours. I always realise instantly where I was wrong.’

In another he states: ‘On the street all types of f**keries go on but you see when I stepped into business?’

He adds: ‘Much much much worse and snakier and sneakier people in ent [sic] #SadReally.’

He repeatedly referred to Jewish people as ‘snakes’ in the July posts that saw him banned off other platforms.

Other bizarre theories he posted in recent days include the belief Osama Bin Laden is still alive and US President Donald Trump lied about having coronavirus.

On Wednesday he wrote: ‘Oh my god people actually believe Donald trump has corona? What world are you lot living in?’

As well as written posts, Wiley has posted more than 100 videos of himself inside his home, wearing a cheap surgical style face covering.

In one on Wednesday, he told Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak to stop being a politician and implied Prime Minister Boris Johnson is using him as a pawn.

In the 18-second clip he said: ‘Rishi, Rishi Sunak, if I told you to stop being a politician, would you stop?

‘No you wouldn’t. I don’t know how you meant it but you know what Rishi, get away from Boris Johnson, ’cause he’s winding you up mate. All of you lot are winding each other up.’

The video was a reaction to Mr Sunak stating ‘people in all walks of life’ are having to take on jobs they would not usually do during the pandemic.

In another, he appears to revel in the fall out between Stormzy and Chipmunk and says he is ‘all for a war’ between the pair.

He says: ‘Listen, I’m all for the war, I love war you know. Obviously my two young gunners, I am not trying to see them do it but they’re doing it.

‘I was aware of this but Mike, Mike, I told you before Mike, be careful, it’s 2020, you can’t be going round people’s doors, it’s not the old days.

‘I’ve said this to you. Listen, they’re gonna make an example of you mate, be careful Mike.

‘And yes Chipmunk, do your ting, Mike do your ting, clash, but bruv be careful mate ’cause a video in the car park f**king hell.

‘Imagine if I was in John Woolf’s car park. They would have spun me.’

Wiley apologised for 'generalising' during anti-Semitic social media rants which prompted Twitter to permanently suspend his account in July

Wiley apologised for ‘generalising’ during anti-Semitic social media rants which prompted Twitter to permanently suspend his account in July

On Thursday, Chipmunk posted a video of Stormzy apparently threatening him in his car park.

John Woolf is the name of the Jewish manager that dropped Wiley in the wake of his offensive rants in July.

‘Mike’ is in reference to Stormzy’s real name which is Michael Ebenazer Kwadjo Omari Owuo Jr.

Wiley has never written a statement retracting the comments he made over the summer, which he said at the time was sparked by a disagreement with his manager.

John Woolf (pictured) no longer represents Wiley

John Woolf (pictured) no longer represents Wiley

He said in a Sky News interview he was ‘sorry for posts that looked anti-Semeitic’ before continuing to reiterate views so offensive they could not be aired.

Jewish charity the Campaign for Antisemitism recently launched a private prosecution against the artist for inciting racial hatred.

They launched the case overseas after British police said they could not pursue it because Wiley was abroad at the time of the posts.

It is not clear where he was at the time although he is known to regularly visit his mother in Cyprus.

The same charity has also called for his MBE to be stripped.

Parler is an American social media platform that has had more than a million users join since it launched in 2018.

It markets itself as being ‘unregulated’ and appeals to crowds keen on having the ‘free speech’ they feel they do not have on other social media sites.

Columnist Katie Hopkins is another user of the platform who was also permanently banned from Twitter earlier this year for hateful content.

Wiley and Parler have been approached for comment.



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