Facebook suspended rapper Wiley after he shared offensive records directed at his Jewish critics.
His comments appeared after an anti-Semitic tirade on Twitter on Friday.
The Facebook makeup artist posted her name Richard Kylea Cowie, the BBC discovered.
He specifically named Jewish celebrities, including Lord Alan Sugar, comedian David Baddiel and BBC presenter Emma Barnett.
A Facebook spokesman said the recordings violated its policies and that it had blocked access to gloomy artists̵7; Facebook and Instagram profiles. His profiles have not been deleted. The BBC contacted Wiley for a comment.
The messages were directed at the abuse of Jewish celebrities who expressed outrage at Wiley’s tweets. Several mentioned Golders Green, London’s neighborhood with a large Jewish community.
Wiley wrote, “Listen to how Golders Green sounds to my sister and we will meet sharply”; “David Baddiel comes and talks to my face”; and “Who called the police? Are you from Golders Green? I’m going to sit down with you. A maze you could come to when you forgot who you are.”
Many comments on the reports also include anti-Semitic abuse.
Recent comments were shared on Wiley’s personal Facebook profile, not his official fan page. Although they were relatively uninvolved – with less than 100 positive reviews and comments – they were visible to the public.
Several of Wiley’s tweets were canceled and his Twitter account was suspended after he went on an anti-Semitic tirade on Friday. One tweet read, “I don’t care about Hitler, I don’t care about blacks,” and I compared the Jewish community to the Ku Klux Klan. Most posts spread anti-Semitic tropes.
He also had a number of entries deleted by Instagram, but his accounts are still alive.
A number of well-known users have called for a 48-hour “boycott” on Twitter that began on Monday, saying the social network had not acted quickly enough and should have banned Wiley permanently.