The social media platform apologised for being slow to act after it took six days to suspend the grime artist's account over a series of anti-Semitic tweets.
Posts were made from an account under the grime star's real name, Richard Kylea Cowie.
The grime star’s management has “cut all ties” with the star following a series of social media posts.
'We need to help more men by tackling toxic masculinity, head on.'
More than half of men in the UK have been told they should behave a certain way. Perhaps it’s unsurprising then that many
Mollah's ideas tie in to a growing complaint from the student movement at the moment - that their education is stuffed to bursting point with white, dead men. Recently, the University of the Arts London addressed this very issue, branding their courses 'stale, pale and male.'