The platform suspended West after he posted an image of a swastika combined with a star of David in December.
X’s press office and representatives for West did not immediately respond to request for comment Saturday.
“I tried my best. Despite that, he again violated our rule against incitement to violence. Account will be suspended,” the company’s owner, Elon Musk, wrote to a user at the time.
West’s swastika post was one of several antisemitic comments he made last year, a pattern that cost him business deals and, until Saturday, his Twitter account. He first sparked outrage after appearing in a “White Lives Matter” T-shirt at his Paris Fashion Week show and went on repeat a series of antisemitic tropes online and in interviews. At one point, he tweeted that he wanted to “death con 3 On JEWISH PEOPLE.”
The decision to reinstate West falls in line with Musk’s previously stated philosophy on account suspensions. Musk has called himself a “free speech absolutist” and said he did not approve a pause of West’s account that came before his December suspension. He also reinstated former president Donald Trump’s Twitter account last year, although Trump has yet to post on the platform since then.