Leslie Jones criticizes Los Angeles Ritz-Carlton: 'They don't like black people'

  • Leslie Jones criticizes Los Angeles Ritz-Carlton: 'They don't like black people'

Leslie Jones criticizes Los Angeles Ritz-Carlton: 'They don't like black people'

Comedian Leslie Jones returned to her luxurious room at the 5-star Ritz-Carlton Los Angeles on Sunday night after hosting the 2017 BET Awards and that's where things apparently went awry for diva. Though Leslie didn't specify exactly what the hotel did to her, her tweet suggested she had been mistreated due to her race. "THEY DONT LIKE BLACK PEOPLE!", she fumed on Twitter.

Jones, 49, took to Twitter on Monday to say she had "the worst stay" at the Ritz-Carlton in downtown L.A. and warned "t$3 hey do not like black people!".

"Wow was such a great night at the BET awards", she wrote.

Allegations of racism are serious business, and for such a big name hotel as the Ritz Carlton-Los Angeles, certainly means they're in for trouble.

Jones has not yet given full details about what caused her to send the tweet.

"We're very sorry to hear this", officials with the company tweeted in response to Jones. "We pride ourselves on providing excellent service to all", and offering the star to DM them so that they can solve the issue.

In a statement, the Ritz-Carlton Los Angeles told Inside Edition it's committed to providing an environment where everyone feels welcome and takes every guest concern seriously. She got firebrand Milo Yiannopoulos banned from Twitter in the summer of 2016 after an extended campaign of harassment.