Twitter Suspends Accounts Of Users Sharing Lyrics Of Baby Keem's Song, Rapper Responds

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Twitter is banning users for sharing song lyrics from American Rapper Baby Keem. Fans of Baby Keem were handed out temporary bans for posting lyrics.

Written By Shubham Bose | Mumbai | Updated On:
Twitter suspending accounts for sharing song lyrics

American Rapper Baby Keem has responded to Twitter over temporarily banning his fans for sharing lyrics from his songs. As per reports, his fans were handed suspensions for sharing lyrics from the song Orange Soda on Twitter. Twitter termed the lyrics to be hateful conducts that went against its community guidelines.

'Free my Dawgs'

The song Orange Soda that the people were sharing is one of the rapper's most popular works. In January the song became the artist's first song to enter Billboard Hot 100 after it secured the 98th sport. The song was released as a part of his second mixtape which is called Die for My B***h. It was released in 2019.

The rapper in a tweet claimed it was totally unfair to put his fans in 'Twitter jail' for sharing lyrics from his most famous songs. According to reports, Twitter banned many people for sharing the lyrics from the song. 


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Understandably the rapper's fans were quite upset and they made their feeling known on twitter.



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