Drake says he was profiled but Parq Casino says it‘s adhering to strict new regulations. BCLC just brought in a “source of funds” policy to combat money laundering in BC casinos. All transactions above $10k now require a source of funds (bank) receipt.
We are actively investigating this matter and have made several efforts to reach out to the guest and his team to discuss the issue.
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Drake Accuses Casino of Racial Profiling
In his Instagram story, the 6 God said Parq Vancouver Casino was not allowing him “to gamble when I had everything they originally asked me for.”
Vancouver casino apologizes after Drake accuses business of racial profiling
Drake recently took to his Instagram to blast a casino in his hometown that he alleges racially profiling him.
The casino had responded to Drizzy’s public complaint and claims to be investigated what happened, according to CBC News.
Almost immediately after his posting, fans went wild on the Casino's social media, flooding the comments section with backlash about the "trash" casino, and giving shout-outs to Champaign Papi.
We've reached out to Drake's camp, so far no word back.
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Drake is hitting back HARD against a casino in Vancouver that he claims racially profiled him, and it didn't take long for his fans to take up the cause.
We are committed to having a productive conversation to resolve this issue,” the statement read.
Drake took to social media in the early hours of Saturday morning to let off some steam about Parq Vancouver Casino, calling it the "worst run business I have ever witnessed."
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Drake accuses Vancouver casino of racial profiling