Drake accuses Vancouver Casino of racial discrimination

Washington: Hollywood rapper Drake on Saturday accused a Casino in Vancouver for racially discriminating him.

The rapper on Saturday, in his Instagram story, labelled Vancouver’s Parq Casino as the worst-run business after he was barred from any kind of gambling activities which are otherwise available to others.

In a statement issued by the Casino authorities, they apologised to Drake for the experience he had gone through during his visit, reported The Hollywood Reporter.

The Casino authorities further mentioned that they are strictly against “racism of any kind”.

In the statement, the authorities also said that they are constantly improving their communications process to ensure that these “new regulations are better understood by everyone” as it is their duty to provide “a safe, secure and enjoyable experience for all”.

In October, his song ‘In My Feelings’ broke into the number three spot on the list of Top 10 songs, sitting ahead of ‘The Beatles’ at 34 and Madonna at 38. Rihanna, Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder and Mariah Carey were all behind the “God’s Plan” singer on the list.

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