Drake was one of Coachella's biggest surprise guests of the weekend, but his performance high was crushed when he accused a country club near the festival grounds of discrimination. “The most offensive place I have ever stayed at in my life with staff who pick and choose who they are going to accommodate based on racial profiling," he wrote in a since-deleted Instagram post.
The artist was referring to the Madison Club in La Quinta, Calif. and posted an image of its logo last night. While Drake didn't get into the details of the incident, his accusations was just enough for his 35.8 million Instagram followers to flood the club's Facebook and Yelp pages with negative reviews. Click here to see a screenshot of the Instagram post.
Prior to the accusations, Drake enjoyed a welcome back to Coachella from his 2015 headlining set. He surprised fans during Future's set, coming on stage to perform their "Jumpman" collaboration as well as More Life cuts "Fake Love" and "Gyalchester." See some highlights below:
So watch how you speak on my name, you know?— Devon 🏌🏾 (@devonharipal) April 17, 2017
Drake about to run the Madison Club outta business man. pic.twitter.com/hIKFKTRYoW
Next, check out an episode of Fuse's The Drake Effect where we dive into the power of a Drizzy co-sign: