After drake claims that during the weekend she was racially profiled at the casino in Vancouver, the institution issued a statement that I apologize for that question.
Reporter on Saturday, November 3, went to his Instagram story to tell his problems with Parq Vancouver Casino.
"Parq Casino @ parqvancouverbc is the worst job I've ever seen … profiling me and not allowing me to gamble when I had everything I was looking for."
MC was in his homeland during the evening that he performed at Rogers Arena as part of the tour "Aubrey and The Three Migos," who calls it by his name.
Fans have also considered the alleged incident. The Billboard reported that it burned a luxury resort on the Instagram site – which was later unexplainedly pulled – and sunk their Twitter cited with slander.
"Who racially profiled the huge celebrity?"
"Racial profiling is never OK" @ parqvancouverbc @ theprovince.
"@Parqvancouverbc terrible for not allowing @Drake to play. There will not be a time for visiting. Let's just go to @riverrockcasino."
Attention has led the casino to release two statements as an answer.
"Parq Vancouver is sorry to hear about this experience and seriously understands these issues," reads the statement in the middle of the morning. "We have to adhere to the strict regulations in terms of gaming in British Columbia. We are actively investigating this issue and have invested a lot of effort to contact the customer and his team to discuss this issue." We are committed to productive conversation to address this issue. "
Another statement was released tonight: "You may be aware of the situation in our casino last night.In the name of Parq Vancouver we would like to apologize for the experience that our client had We are working in one of the most complex, highly regulated industries and we always seek better communication and service we are constantly improving the communication process so that we can better understand these new regulations of all our guests, we are categorized against any kind of racism, and we are committed to a safe, safe and comfortable experience for everyone. "