SnapChat has also spoken out against the account of US President Donald Trump in support of Twitter on social media platforms.
Avon Spiegel, CEO of SnapChat, said in a memo to employees that we will no longer promote such accounts in the United States.
Those who incite people to racist violence, even if they do not do so on our platform.
He said SnapChat's Discover page is a page where the company decides what to show there.
And we want to make it clear that this is not a gray area against racism, violence, and injustice and we will not support such accounts and content on our platform.
He did not name the US president, but a SnapChat spokesman said in a statement that "we will no longer promote the US president's content on SnapChat's Discover platform."
"We cannot promote voices that incite people to racist violence and injustice," the statement said.
These things have no place in our society and we are united with all those who want peace, love, equality, and justice.
However, the company said that Donald Trump's SnapChat account will remain public and accessible to those who follow or search for it.
US President's use of SnapChat for presidential campaigns has increased, with the aim of gaining the attention of young voters.
And the number of their SnapChat followers has tripled in the last eight months to 1.5 million.
Social media apps have recently launched a war against the US president.
The first tweet was that the US President put a fact check label on 2 tweets on which Donald Trump issued an executive order against social media companies.
Twitter then hid a tweet from the US president on the protests following the death of black George Floyd, calling it a provocation for violence.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, on the other hand, has refused to remove US President's posts or label fact checks from his platform.
Several employees of the company also protested online against his position.
Now SnapChat has become part of the controversy and has supported Twitter.
SnapChat is a popular youth app with over 220 million daily active users.