He was released last year after being imprisoned for increasingly complicated firearm charges.
But Meek Mill could not go to a concert at the Cosmopolitan Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas on Saturday by security guards who threatened to have him arrested if he entered the premises, according to TMZ.
The 32-year-old rapper apparently tried to see a DJ Mustard show, but the security of the halls made it clear that someone in the neighborhood didn't want him to be near the show.
Turned away: Rapper Meek Mill, 32, was stopped by attending a concert on Saturday at the Cosmopolitan Hotel and Casino in Vegas by security guards who threatened to have him arrested; pictured on April 2
In a video shared by TMZ and the rapper's own Twitter, he can be seen through the window of his vehicle with casino security members.
The first part of the conversation is closed by the security guard claiming that Meek was involved in some sort of physical altercation during a previous visit to the casino, something he claims to be & # 39; impossible & # 39; is.
The Ima Boss rapper (real name: Robert Rihmeek Williams) claimed that he had previously visited the casino when he accompanied his fellow rapper and former girlfriend Nicki Minaj to a Jay-Z show.
When he and his own security pressured the employee for details about the alleged exchange of words, he gambled, claiming he did not know the details and that they should contact the casino vice president.
& # 39; This comes from higher than me, & # 39; claimed a security guard according to Meek & # 39; s lawyer Joe Tacopina.
Altercation: in videos shared by TMZ and the rapper's own Twitter, he can be seen through the window of his vehicle with casino security members
Accusations: The security officer claimed that Meek was involved in some previous quarrel at the casino, although Meek later denied that and said he had only visited the casino once with Nicki Minaj for a Jay-Z show
Give it up: the guard told the rapper and his environment that they were forbidden territory and that they should contact the vice-president of the organization for more information
The rapper took the social media to accuse the casino of racially profiling him.
& # 39; If you come from our culture, you should never step into the cosmopolitan hotel, they are just racist like hell, & # 39; he wrote. & # 39; Something really needs to be done in Las Vegas what they do with black people! & # 39;
& # 39; They tell black rappers that they are banned from property they own without incident … they just told me that I was forbidden site and I will be arrested. I got into that hotel once at a jayz party without incident ! & # 39; he added in a subsequent tweet.
He followed up his angry messages with a legal threat.
& # 39; I need lawyers as soon as possible, you will not treat me as if I am just a rapper and expect me to be quiet. & # 39;
No restraint: the rapper took the social media to accuse the casino of racially profiling him
Furious: Meek claimed that the hotel banned black rappers from his property
Strong accusation: Joe Tacopina, Meek's lawyer, claimed that he spoke with & # 39; a well-placed person at the hotel & # 39; who told him that a group of Vegas hotels have tried to keep rappers out of their house
Tacopina, Meek's lawyer, claimed that he spoke with & # 39; a well-placed person at the hotel & # 39; who told him that a group of Vegas hotels have tried to keep rappers out of their house.
He labeled the alleged actions as racist and said: & # 39; They would not ban Vanilla Ice. & # 39;
On Instagram, Meek accused the cabal of casinos of accepting black artist money when it suited them.
& # 39; Some of these casinos have some Tatics to keep the level of blacks down …. but love to take our money !!!! This happens to many black entertainers not just me !! I felt crazy that I was expelled by these white men for no reason! & # 39;
Profiling: & # 39; Some of these casinos have some Tatics to keep the level of blacks low …. but love to take our money !!!! This also happens with many black entertainers, not just me !! & # 39; wrote Meek on Instagram; shown March 13 in New York City
Later on Saturday, TMZ received a letter written by Mill & # 39; s lawyer who officially accused the Cosmopolitan of racially profiling his client.
& # 39; … we have learned that the Cosmopolitan maintains a list of African-American artists who should not have access for any reason other than their culture and skin color. Such a policy in itself constitutes discrimination, in violation of national and federal law, and exposes you to significant financial damage, & he wrote. & # 39;
& # 39; … we recommend that you immediately apologize to Mr. Williams and grant him immediate access. In the event that you do not resolve this sole and sole warning, we intend to take all legal action against you. & # 39;
Legal Miscarriage: Meek was in and out of the courtroom (and prison) in a series of interactions with Judge Genece Brinkley, who, according to the Six FBI, was questioned for her conduct in his trial, according to page six; shown on April 18 in Los Angeles
Although Meek claimed to have had no previous negative experiences with the Cosmopolitan, he was involved in a long legal saga that began when he was arrested for owning a firearm and attacking a police officer when he was 18.
Subsequent legal confrontations were handled by the same judge, Judge Genece Brinkley.
Mill was in and out of court, and also behind bars, for later alleged parole violations, although Brinkley was criticized for her legal conduct, and an FBI investigation was allegedly launched in her participation in Mill's case, according to Page six.
Last year, the office of Brinkley district attorney requested that Mill be taken out of prison for possible abuses of his initial arrest in 2007.
She refused, although the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ordered him to be released in April of last year.
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