Cardi B had an eventful weekend. Not only did she split and then get back together again with Offset, she also had a terrible experience at a hotel in Albany, New York.
TMZ reports that the "Bodak Yellow" rapper was booted from the Hilton Albany at around 1 a.m. early Sunday morning after being accused of smoking weed on the premises.
Earlier that night, hotel staff began receiving complaints about the noise and smell of weed allegedly coming from her room. Management asked Cardi's crew to leave and called the authorities; according to TMZ's report, police found no evidence of weed in any of their rooms, but she and her team left anyway.
In a video footage taken of the incident, Cardi can be seen walking through the hotel lobby and calling someone a "racist motherf*cker."
Cardi addressed what went down in a series of videos, reminding her followers that she doesn't even smoke weed and calling out the city of Albany for being racist.
"You wanna know something. Albany is known for being racist," she said. "Every single time n*ggas from New York get locked up and get sent upstate, they are always complaining about COs beating them and I really experienced that sh*t yesterday."
"Now if you know me I don't even talk about smoking weed because everybody knows that I do not smoke weed. I get very paranoid. And none of my team members smoke weed," she added later. "If they were to kick us out for something else, alright. But for weed, I'm not taking that. 'Cause we do not smoke. We could all get drug tests — nobody smokes. Nobody smokes."
"Especially when I'm sleeping and I'm wild sick," she continued. "You're not gonna do that to me. Mind you, everybody on the floor was Caucasian but you wanna kick us out. F*ck outta here, I will not."
Cardi also addressed the drama in a tweet, writing, "So me & my team got kicked out of this hotel in Albany cause my floor smell like weed mine You I hate weed & n*kkas do not smoke it."
No arrests were made, and Albany PD has reportedly denied allegations of racism. The hotel in question has yet to comment on the matter.
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