The grime artist's accounts have now been removed from Twitter, Facebook and Instagram following his anti-Semitic remarks.
Celebrities have joined at 48-hour Twitter walkout in response to the platform's handling of anti-Semitic tweets by the grime artist Wiley.
Piers Morgan shares shocking response after singer James Blunt reveals what he'd look like as a women with gender-swap app picture
Jess Phillips said the screengrab shared on Twitter was "completely fake" and had put her and her family and staff at risk.
The England and Manchester United footballer said he was 'concerned' over the response he received from work and pensions secretary Therese Coffey.
Celebrity Gogglebox viewers have taken to Twitter vent their anger at the Channel 4 show for appearing to break social distancing rules
TV presenter Fiona Phillips says trolls forced her off Twitter after she shared her experience of coronavirus.
At an event to sign an executive order that seeks to regulate social media companies, President Trump said he would delete his Twitter account if it weren’t for “fake news.” Trump has been critical of social media companies after Twitter linked to a fact-check page on two of his tweets regarding mail-in voting earlier this week.
The BBC has dismissed complaints Laura Kuenssberg leapt to the defence of Dominic Cummings once news broke of his coronavirus lockdown trip to Durham.
The tweet, sent from the official UK Civil Service account, was later deleted but had already been shared thousands of times on Twitter.
Frozen star Kristen Bell has taken to Twitter to clarify comments she made regarding her five-year-old daughter still wearing nappies
Katie Price has revealed the sadness she feels at son Harvey's name trending again on Twitter due of trolls and not his fundraising efforts
Lord Sugar has accused a 'jobsworth' at the Advertising Standards Authority of making a 'fuss' about nothing.
Maths teacher Andrew Jeffrey's mocked-up 'Ofsted report' of his own home-schooling on Twitter has been shared thousands of times.
A Tweet shared by the official Downing Street Twitter account has sparked amusement over a mystery 'third arm' in its picture.
Restaurateur Peter Kinsella, who owns Lunya in Liverpool and Manchester, said he couldn't believe the response to his letter about loans on offer to businesses.
The 44-year-old took to Twitter to apologise but also said he was 'not happy with the risk'
The presenter has spoken for the first time about the reasoning behind her emotional tribute to her friend.