Just when we thought things couldn't get any worse, a spokesperson for Instagram has confirmed with TMZ that Kanye West has violated their policies on bullying, harrassment and hate speech and is banned from the platform for 24 hours.
The 24-hour ban means that Kanye won't be able to post images or videos, write any comments or send DMs, or upload live streams.
This comes after a turbulent few days for Kanye, who has used his Instagram to make a variety of posts attacking his rivals, including launching yet another attack on Pete Davidson.
The star wrote "Yet another reason why SKETE gotta stay away from my children" and "Apologize to your family for being in your family" in the caption of the post above.
And unfortunately, it doesn't end there.
Kanye also launched a racist attack on Trevor Noah after the talkshow host addressed the couple's divorce, saying it was "terrifying to watch".
Kanye then shared a post to Instagram, which has since been deleted, which consisted of racial slurs towards Noah.
To add to the list, which seems to be never ending, Kanye also entered a online fued with American actor D.L Hughley after he posted "Ye is at it again huh?? Welp at least I wasn’t crying on the phone about how big Pete’s Peter is!" along with other remarks about Kanye.
Kanye posted the photo above on his rampage, attacking D.L Hughley, which he captioned "This grown ass man picked this outfit out himself Is he influential or under the influence???".
This is the latest in Kanye's online attacking spree which has seen him release a disturbing music video about Pete alongside relentlessly attacking his ex-wife Kim Kardashian's and her new boyfriend online.
On Monday, Pete came forward and shared a screenshot of their text conversation where Pete tells Kanye "I’ve decided I’m not gonna let you treat us this way anymore and I’m done being quiet. Grow the f–k up,”.
Another day, another Kanye drama...