Kanye West and his “Grand Rising” antics will be delayed for at least a day after his Instagram page was temporarily suspended.

After weeks of his online shenanigans and tomfoolery, the rapper apparently went too far on Wednesday morning when he hopped online around 5 a.m. PST and began online attacks against Pete Davidson, Dave Sirus, D.L. Hughley, and Trevor Noah.

It was the attack on Trevor that got Yeezy tossed in Social Media Solitary Confinement.

He posted a photo of the comedian and host of “The Daily Show” and flipped the lyrics to “Kumbaya, My Lord” to call Trevor a racial slur… multiple times!

See a photo of the post below (courtesy of TMZ).

Instagram snatched the post down and Kanye’s page has been suspended for 24 hours because he violated Meta’s Community Guidelines on hate speech, harassment, and bullying.

For the next 24 hours, Kanye West will not be able to post, comment, or send Direct Messages to other users on the platform.

Instagram is willing to take further action should the violations continue.

If you ask me…they are super late to the party.

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Source: TMZ