Kanye west has been invited to holocaust museum to educate him on perils of anti-Semitic speech following his antisemitic posts.

Kanye West has been invited to the Los Angeles museum after being accused of making antisemitic comments on social media, including one in which he threatened to “go death con 3 on Jewish people.” As a result, his Twitter account was closed and his Instagram posts were limited.

The LA Holocaust Museum issued the following statement: “Words have meaning, and they also have effects. We strongly encourage you to stop by the Holocaust Museum Los Angeles to learn more about how words can spark heinous acts of violence and genocides.

“The Holocaust started with only words that sadly begat stereotypes, racial and religious tropes, and blaming others and led to the murder of six million Jews.

“At Holocaust Museum LA it is our mission to commemorate those who were murdered, educate on the Holocaust and all genocides including the genocide perpetrated against the Armenian People (of which your children would be included), and inspire a more dignified and humane world.

“Your words reach millions and you can choose to incite or you can choose to inspire. We are located at 100 The Grove Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90036 and welcome you any time.”

On Friday Kanye tweeted:

“I’m a bit sleepy tonight but when I wake up I’m going death con 3 On Jewish people. The funny thing is I actually can’t be Anti-Semitic because black people are Jews also You guys have toyed with me and tried to blackball anyone who opposes your agenda.”

The tweet was replaced with a notice that read: “This Tweet violated the Twitter Rules,”. 

Kanye west Instagram Account Blocked’

It came after Kanye’s Instagram was restricted and several posts were removed for breaking the platform’s rules, with reports suggesting the deleted messages were aimed at Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs and claimed he was being controlled by Jewish people.

Meta bosses did not specify which content posted on Kanye’s page led to the restrictions with a spokesperson telling Mail Online: “We may place restrictions on accounts that repeatedly break our rules.”

Kanye’s troubles online come after he unleashed a tirade of furious messages on social media earlier in the week after facing criticism for promoting White Lives Matter T-shirts at his Paris Fashion Week show in France on Wednesday.