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Drake Slams A Coachella-Area Resort As ‘The Most Offensive Place I Have Ever Stayed At In My Life’

Drake delivered one of the biggest surprises of the first week of Coachella on Saturday night when he showed up during his frequent collaborator and tour mate Future’s set and performed “Jumpman” and a few cuts from his most recent project More Life. Even though his appearance was brief, it helped some fans wipe away the memory of his less-than stellar performance at the same festival a couple of years back. Still, it doesn’t seem like Drake will be coming away from the experience very happy.

Apparently, Drizzy arranged accommodations at a place named The Madison Club a few miles away from the site of Coachella, and his stay was not at all pleasant. The 6 God took to Instagram where he alerted his 35.8 million followers that the resort was, “The most offensive place I have ever stayed at in my life.” Adding that the staff, “pick and choose who they are going to accommodate based on racial profiling.”

Those are serious charges, and Drake himself hasn’t yet elaborated on what transpired that led him to share his personal review. This morning, the club has been inundated on Facebook and on their Yelp page with fans of Drizzy calling them out for their alleged practices.

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