Kanye West tells fans his ‘account is not hacked’ as he poses in balaclava

Kanye West has assured fans that his Instagram account was "not hacked" after he went on another social media rant.

The 44-year-old posed in a full-face balaclava as he held up a pad of yellow paper with the words "my account is not hacked" and the date scrawled on it.

Over the weekend, the rapper, who legally changed his name to Ye, launched another attack on his estranged wife Kim Kardashian's new man Pete Davidson.

He wrote in all uppercase: "My account is not hacked I will be at Sunday Service at noon and will be taking North and Saint to the Super Bowl shortly after."

Ye then tagged Saturday Night Live star Michael Che in a dig at fellow SNL star Pete, writing: "I'll double whatever they paying you just so you don't have to look at that pawn ever again big love."

The music star suggested he was starting a "civil war" with Kim and her new man as he shared a mock-up of the Captain America: Civil War poster with the faces of other celebrities on.

On Kanye's side were his new flame Julia Fox, Kylie Jenner's man Travis Scott, and rapper friend Future.

On the other side were Kim, Pete and others he has feuded with recently including Kid Cudi, Billie Eilish and Taylor Swift.

He wrote: "The internet has still not found a decent picture of Skete," which fans believed was an attack on Pete.

In another post, Kanye shared a screenshot of a private text message from Pete, which appeared to show the comedian trying to make peace.

He posted an image of Pete in his underwear from a recent Calvin Klein livestream alongside Machine Gun Kelly, writing: "No you will never meet my children."

In the text, which was not completely visible, Pete said: "…you as a man I'd never get in the way of your children. That's a promise. How you guys go about raising your kids is your business and not mine. I do hope [some] day I can meet them and we can all be friends."

Kanye said: "Look at this d***head. I wonder if Instagram gonna shut down my page for dissing [Hillary] Clinton's ex boyfriend."

His jab was in reference to the fact Pete had his "hero" Hillary Clinton tattooed on his leg – though he is now in the process of getting all 100 of his tattoos lasered off.

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