The “One Dance” singer, Drake, faced a pretty unpleasant situation at Coachella
Music and Arts Festival this weekend.
The singer took to Instagram this Monday, April 17, to call out the Coachella-
area country club, accusing the staff of racial profiling. “The most offensive place
I have ever stayed at in my life…” the 30 year old singer wrote in a now deleted
“…with staff who pick and choose who they are going to accommodate based on
racial profiling,” he continued.
The signer posted this message along with a logo picture of La Quinta,
California’s Madison Club. Drake didn’t elaborate as in how he was racially
profiled, but the fact that he deleted the post, mean that the club might have
apologized to the “Hotline Bling” singer already.
After the message, fans immediately started supporting Drake and called out the
club for disrespecting the singer. Some even told they would boycott the place
because whether it’s Drake or someone else, racial profiling “just ain’t right”.
Drake headlined Coachella Festival back in 2015, while this year made a special
appearance during Future’s set on Saturday. He performed his songs
“Jumpman”, “Fake Love” and “Gyalchester”.
You can check out some clips from Drake’s Coachella performances below: