Drake More Life
Pictured: Drake on Sept. 23, 2016 in Las Vegas. Getty Images

A La Quinta, California, country club felt the full wrath of Drake’s fan base after the “Hotline Bling” rapper posted a now-deleted Instagram message accusing the establishment of racial profiling. Drizzy took to Instagram Sunday to post an image of the Madison Club’s logo. Since then, the club was bombarded with negative reviews.

“The most offensive place I have ever stayed at in my life with staff who pick and choose who they are going to accommodate based on racial profiling,” he wrote. Complex reported that the post had amassed nearly 200,000 “likes” before it was deleted.

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As Complex noted, an account that may be affiliated with the club posted in the comments on Drake’s Instagram before it was deleted. In addition to promising a “formal apology,” the club reportedly added, “We will also be investigating this as we do not tolerate racial discrimination.”

Too little, too late as far as his fans were concerned. His supporters flooded the Madison Club’s Yelp page with a sea of negative reviews.

By press time, Yelp seemed to have caught on and temporarily suspended access to the club’s page. According to its official website, the Madison Club bills itself as “the most exclusive private residential community in La Quinta, California offering the finest golf and club facilities in an intimate and sophisticated setting.”

Drake was not a featured performer on Coachella’s official website but made a guest appearance during the set of fellow rapper Future.

The Madison Club did not immediately return International Business Times’ request for comment.

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Drake’s “More Life” playlist will be released next year. Pictured: Drake at the Apple WWDC in San Francisco on June 8, 2015. Getty Images