Drake, 32, was in his home country of Canada for the latest stop on his "Aubrey & the Three Migos Tour". In a written statement, Parq Vancouver president Joe Brunini apologized for Drake's experience.
"We are constantly improving our communications process to ensure that these new regulations are better understood by all guests". "We are committed to resolving the issue".
The rapper wrote about his experience at the Parq Casino on Instagram stories - calling out the venue as "the worst run business [he had] ever witnessed". "We categorically stand against racism of any kind".
But the casino's statements haven't stopped it coming under fire from Drake's fanbase on social media (obviously).
Canadian rapper Drake shared an emotional tribute on Instagram after a young fan who he met through the Make-a-Wish Foundation died.
Whether the casino's refusal of service was racially motivated, as Drake claims, or all a misunderstanding, it's pretty obvious that they picked the wrong person to rile up.
"The original receipt must be from the same day of the transaction and show the financial institution, branch number and account number". An RCMP report found evidence of money laundering in B.C. casinos linked to organized crime, drug importing, distribution and trafficking.
Drake additionally said the business was unprofessional and called it the "most offensive" place he has ever stayed at in his "life", claiming the staff chose who they were accommodating based on race. According to the employee, a new rule requiring the source of funds to be proven may have been the reason the musician was blocked from the casino.
"Why didn't y'all let Drizzy Drake gamble when he gave you guys everything you all asked for?"
In an Instagram post, Drake threw shade at the Vancouver casino and hotel last night and said he fulfilled all necessary steps to play.