Rapper Lil B is once again facing a ban from social media giant, Facebook, for using hate speech.
The 28-year-old musician has been debarred from using the application for 30 days for violating its hate speech policies, a Facebook representative confirmed this to Motherboard.
Lil B took to Twitter to respond to the ban, saying, "Found out Facebook banned me for 30 days because I was talking about white people... got it."
It is, however, unclear which post by the "I Own Swag" singer compelled the website to take the action.
Lil B's last post on Facebook read, "Do the white nationalists or the KKK or Neo Nazis really hate me? I don't believe it and I love them! I'm serious I love all humans."
Back in 2014, he was banned for posts related to racial issues and sex trafficking.
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