Leslie Jones
Leslie Jones, pictured June 25, 2017 at the 2017 BET Awards at Staples Center in Los Angeles, the "SNL" comedian took to Twitter to share her experience at the Ritz-Carlton hotel. Getty Images

"Saturday Night Live" cast member Leslie Jones accused the Ritz-Carlton hotel in Los Angeles of being racist Monday. Fresh off of hosting the BET Awards Sunday, Jones tweeted about the alleged incident that occurred at the upscale downtown hotel.

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Jones took to Twitter to share her frustration, saying: "Wow was such a great night at the BET awards. But then had THE WORST STAY @RitzCarlton DO NOT STAY THERE!! THEY DONT LIKE BLACK PEOPLE!!"

After posting the comment, Jones did not elaborate on any incident. However, the luxury hotel did not waste time reaching out to her.

The Ritz-Carlton directly tweeted Jones, saying: "We’re very sorry to hear this. We pride ourselves on providing excellent service to all. Please DM us & we’ll look into this right away."

Amy Campbell, Public Relations Director for Ritz-Carlton, provided a statement to International Business Times on Tuesday.

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"Diversity and inclusion are part of the fabric of the Ritz-Carlton culture and operations. We remain committed to providing an environment where all feel welcome," Campbell said. "While we do not comment publicly about individual guests, we take every guest concern seriously and work quickly to resolve issues."

A representative for Jones did not immediately return a request for comment.

Leading up to her BET Awards hosting stint, the "Ghostbusters" star was excited to enjoy her weekend hosting the annual event. During a June 12 appearance on "Today," Jones shared that hosting the BET Awards is "like a homecoming" because she worked alongside BET in the early days of her career.

"BET was the first time I ever was on television. Actually, it was the only time I ever thought I'd be on television," she revealed to the show's hosts. "They were the only ones putting black comics on television. I think I was on there three or four times before anyone really knew who I was."

This isn't the first time Jones has been pushed to publicly address racists.

In August 2016, Jones was attacked by racist Twitter users for her role in "Ghostbusters." She announced that she would no longer block the racist users because she believed the world needed to see the backlash she received, saying: "You know I'm gonna stop blocking [people] so y'all can go through my feed yourself and see [this]. You won't believe the evil."

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