On Monday evening, Sabo, the conservative street artist who is mostly known for his street posters that randomly pop up in California, reported on his Facebook page that he has now been kicked off of PayPal. “Today Paypal canceled my account with all of my money in it,” he announced. “They are holding my funds for the next 6 months.”
PayPal is the money exchanging platform Sabo used to earn income, and this de-platforming hits him hard financially. “I explained to them that I live in a city with 60,000 homeless people and that they are about to make me and my wife join their ranks.”
Last year, Sabo was also de-platformed from Twitter without being given a reason. He gave an exclusive interview to PJMedia’s Megan Fox when it happened.
Sabo posted the following image with his announcement about PayPal.
“My wife had warned me about doing business with PayPal,” the artist told PJM. “I’d constantly tell her that they provided a great service which makes starting an online store easy.”