The developer the app, Parlement Technologies, announced in a statement that it has achieved an agreement in principle to sell Ye (previously known as Kanye West) “the world’s pioneering uncancelable free expression platform.”
The purchase of the social networking site is in response to what West refers to as “recent restrictions from Big Tech.”
According to the statement, West, who joined the platform on Monday, said, “In a world where conservative viewpoints are considered controversial, we must ensure that we have the freedom to openly express ourselves.”
This transaction will alter the global perception of free expression, according to Parlement Technologies CEO George Farmer.
‘Ye is making a revolutionary move in the free speech media realm and will never again have to fear being taken from social media.
Again, Ye demonstrates that he is one step ahead of the traditional media narrative. Parlement will be honored to assist him in achieving his objectives,’ he continued.