Cosmopolitan Hotel To Publicly Apologize To Meek Mill
The Cosmopolitan Hotel in Las Vegas reportedly plans to apologize to Meek Mill after barring him over the Memorial Day Weekend, and the Philly rapper will accept their apology.
The hotel will issue a “significant public apology,” according to TMZ.
Mills’ attorney, Joe Tacopina, was planning to file a lawsuit against the hotel for “racial discrimination and defamation,” however it appears that he will not sue, pending the apology.
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As previously reported, Mill was stopped from entering the hotel to attend a DJ Mustard concert on May 25 and threatened with arrest. He posted a video of his confrontation with security and commented, “Some of these casinos have a bunch of tactics to keep the level of blacks down but love to take our money!!!!”
Meek continued, “This happens to a lot of black entertainers not just me either!! I felt crazy being put out by these white men for no reason!”
50 Cent, Snoop Dogg, Swae Lee and Yo Gotti are among the rappers who have offered support to Mill.
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