The Madison Club, an upscale private residential community in La Quinta, California, has been catching hell from Drake fans after the rapper accused them of racial profiling.
The "One Dance" hit maker took to his Instagram account on Sunday, April 16, to let his 35 million followers know about the crappy treatment he allegedly received during his stay, following a performance with Future at Coachella.
That spawned a series of bad reviews from Drizzy fans on Yelp.
"Can't mess with places that be racial profiling. Y'all need to get your act together. And more chune for your head top so watch how you speak on my name you know," read one post.
"Right when I walked in seemed like I was in the movie 'Get Out' smh... gardeners running at me, staff all racist #morelife," read another.
"This is not even worth 1 star. Terrible and shocking behaviour from the staff. If it's not good enough for Drake then it's not good enough for me. Racial Profiling in 2017 is disgusting and I will not tolerate it.
Never going here again. Anyone who disagrees with me and likes this place is Fake news!" wrote one more dissatisfied "customer."
Finally, The Madison Club issued an apology to Drake.
“We are trying to get this issue fixed as soon as possible,” a rep for The club told him in a statement. “Customer satisfaction is our number one priority and for you to experience such a thing is embarrassing for us. We are very sorry for the inconvenience and we will be issuing out a formal apology to you and the public. We will also be investigating this as we do not tolerate racial discrimination.”