Fans will have to wait at least a week before the next installment of Quarantine Radio.

The show's host Tory Lanez took to Instagram on Tuesday claiming the platform had revoked his live streaming privileges until March 14. The rapper posted a screenshot of an app message that read: "Based on previous use use of this feature, your account has been temporarily blocked from taking this action ... We restrict certain content and actions to protect our community."

Lanez captioned the post, "THEY DIDN'T WANT ME TO WIN"—a reference to the broadcasts' record-breaking viewership.

Shortly after Lanez announced the temporary block, he created a new Instagram page specifically for Quarantine Radio. But it wasn't long before that account was also stripped of its Live capabilities.

"This is crazy at this point ... I had 350k live, Instagram cut me off," Lanez said in a subsequent video. "I made a whole brand new page n***as ain't never heard of ... I just got to 100,000, Instagram shut me off."

Lanez has since launched the hashtag #FreeTory in an attempt to speed up Quarantine Radio's return. The Chixtape artist launched the program as a way to entertain fans during the coronavirus lockdowns. Audiences have been treated to twerk contests and some big-name celebrity guests, including everyone from Drake and Justin Bieber to Megan the Stallion and Chris Brown. It's unclear what exactly prompted the platform to block Lanez's live streams, but several Twitter users noted it had something to do with a phallic snack.

Check some of the reaction's to Lanez's Instagram Live suspension below.

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