Meek Mill got his apology from the Cosmopolitan Hotel and Casino, almost one week after they wouldn't let him on the grounds.
pic.twitter.com/EjdPrgm10P— The Cosmopolitan (@Cosmopolitan_LV) May 31, 2019
Meek and his crew were turned away from the hotel on Saturday when they attempted to see a DJ Mustard concert.
Two security guards told him that he had a prior incident on the property, so he wasn't allowed on. But the hotel later changed its story and said Meek wasn't allowed because they were packed to capacity.
The rapper's lawyer Joe Tacopina said he'd sue the Cosmo afterwards and accused the establishment of discriminating against black artists.
50 weighed in on the situation as well and said he'd boycott the hotel until they made amends. A few other rappers like Snoop Dogg and Swae Lee claimed they were also mistreated by the hotel.
Do you think Hip Hop should forgive the Cosmo or leave it alone?