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NEW YORK (AP) -- Kanye West doesn't like impostors. And he doesn't care much for Twitter, either.

In a blog posting, the outspoken rapper railed against the micro-blogging site for allowing users to set up accounts under fake names. West called on the site to take down the user tweeting under his name and Twitter listened.

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The user named KanyeWest was suspended Wednesday. The site doesn't allow impersonation, but does allow parody impersonations clearly meant as a joke.

Twitter co-founder Biz Stone said in an e-mail that Twitter is looking at how best to implement an account verification system.

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