Ari Lennox has been detained at Amsterdam airport for "disturbing public order." However, the "Pressure" singer claimed she was only reacting to a woman who was racially profiling her.

Lennox took to Twitter on Monday to reveal she had a run-in with authorities in the Netherlands, alleging that she was targetted because of her skin color.

"I'm being arrested in Amsterdam for reacting to a woman racially profiling me," she wrote in a tweet.

Prior to that, she tweeted, "F--k Amsterdam security. They hate black people." In another tweet, she wrote, "I just want to go home. I'll never leave my house again."

The incident took place just hours after she performed her single, "Pressure," at the 2021 Soul Train Awards and joined Summer Walker for "Unloyal."

Authorities at Schipol Airport  confirmed in a statement to ABC that Lennox was detained for allegedly "disturbing public order in combination with being under the influence of alcohol." The "Shea Butter Baby" was also reportedly arrested for making threats against airline staff and airport security.

"Our unit found a woman full of emotions, that wouldn't calm down," Robert van Kapel, a police spokesperson, said. "That's why she had to be taken into custody.”

He also confirmed that the singer was detained for "public drunkenness and aggressive behavior" toward an official, adding that it was unclear how long she would stay in custody as the investigation was going on.

Born Courtney Shanada Salter, Lennox is best known for her album "Shea Butter Baby," which was released in 2019. In the same year, she was nominated for Best Rap Album at the Grammys for her role in the Dreamville compilation album "Revenge of the Dreamers III."

The singer announced Saturday that she was set to make her acting debut in Paramount's revival of the popular sports-based drama-comedy series "The Game."

"My acting debut… Make sure to tune into #TheGame on @paramountplus," she tweeted at the time.

A brief one-minute clip from the series showed Lennox performing her latest hit, "Pressure," while actresses Adriyan Rae and Analisa Velez discuss how to "make an impact" on the 30-year-old star. 

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