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Cardi B Blasts 'Racist' Cops After Being Removed From Albany Hotel

24 October 2017, 12:58 | Marta Robbins

Cardi B claims hotel kicked her out for weed that wasn't hers, accuses police of racism

Cardi B Booted From Hotel Calls Staff 'Racist Motherf******'

She vehemently denied on social media that she or anyone traveling with her smoked marijuana and claimed that they were kicked out because they were the only non-white people on the floor of the hotel. She also accuses the city of Albany of being racist and now feels she has experienced it first hand. She made the comments after she and her crew were asked to leave a downtown hotel.

TMZ posted a video of Cardi B leaving the hotel. "So the cops came in the middle of the night, knocking on my manager and on my door, talking about that we were smoking weed and we gotta kicked out".

The Love And Hip Hop New York star is seen saying in the since-deleted clip, "You wanna know something".

This is her description of the incident. "I could get, we could all get drug-tested, nobody smokes", she said. "Every single time someone from NY gets sent Upstate they always seem to complain about them being them and I really experienced that last night".

"If you know me, I don't even talk about smoking weed because everybody knows that I do not smoke weed".

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"N-- just gonna pick, out of everybody on the floor - Caucasians - that it was us, that we were smoking the weed?"

Albany police spokesman Steve Smith told the Albany Times Union that there was a noise complaint, and that staff at the hotel smelled marijuana.

"Albany is known for being racist", Cardi says at the beginning of the video.

"They may have been a little loud, which is something they even acknowledged with the officers", public information officer Steven A. Smith told The News.

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