Why Drake Felt "Racial Profiling" in Casino

You'd think DRAKE would be a V.I.P. everywhere he goes.  Especially in his home country of Canada.  And even more so at a CASINO, given that he's worth more than $140 MILLION.


But DRAKE felt UNWELCOME at Parq Vancouver Casino over the weekend.  In fact, he claims he was RACIALLY PROFILED.

In an Instagram rant, he called it the "worst run business" he's ever witnessed.  And said they were, quote, "Profiling me and not allowing me to gamble when I had everything they originally asked me for."



Naturally, the casino is sorry . . . both because they upset a rich guy, and simply because they're Canadian.  But they did stop short of a FULL apology.



They said, quote, "We're constantly improving our communications process to ensure that these new regulations are better understood by all guests."



No one has elaborated on what went down.  But it sounds like there was a misunderstanding about some rule . . . and Drake apparently thought that he was being treated unfairly, because he's black.

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