Drake accuses Coachella country club of 'racial profiling' in scathing Instagram post

Stephanie Soteriou

Over the weekend, Drake surprised Coachella festival-goers by making a special appearance during Future’s epic set on Saturday night.

However, in spite of his well-received show the star had a pretty rubbish weekend, blasting the country club that he was staying in and accusing them of “racial profiling”.

Drake took to Instagram to voice his outrage.

The 30-year-old rapper took to Instagram to slam The Madison Club, sharing a photo of the logo and seething: “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 #Coachella [sic]”.

The club haven’t publicly responded to Drake’s complaint, but in a bizarre twist of events the original post appears to have been deleted – implying that any issues may have been resolved.

Drake has now deleted the Instagram post.

The Madison Club offers places to stay from a cool $4million to a staggering $10million, with the website claiming to be a “sanctuary” for celebrities.

Drake hasn’t commented any further on his bad experience with the location, and it is currently unknown whether he was staying at the swanky club on his own or if he had any of his entourage with him.

Drake surprised fans by joining Future on stage.

We have contacted The Madison Club for comment.

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