The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas issued a public apology to rapper Meek Mill. This after Mill took to social media to state that he was denied access for no reason other than the fact that he was black and a rapper.
On Friday, the Cosmopolitan Las Vegas issued the following apology:
Meek Mill and two members of his security team arrived at the Cosmo around 3:30 p.m. Saturday when they were stopped by security.
In the video, security can be seen telling Meek Mill that “At this time with the information we have we’re refusing to do business with you, and we have the right to do that.”
The security guard went on to tell the Philly rapper and his team that if he got out of the vehicle, he would be trespassing because he was on private property.
Since the Cosmopolitan has apologized for the way Mill was treated, the rapper has decided to drop his lawsuit against the hotel/casino.