Meek Mill will reportedly accept a public apology from the Cosmopolitan Hotel in Las Vegas after they turned him away last week.
According to TMZ, the hotel will issue a "significant public apology" expressing regret and accepting fault when Meek was told last Saturday to leave the hotel in lieu of a lawsuit.
Rapper Yo Gotti also revealed that he had faced similar discrimination at the Cosmopolitan.
"Unfortunately, I've experienced similar discrimination at the Cosmopolitan and other Vegas hotels," Gotti said. "It's a disgrace that these establishments continue to judge us by the color of our skin and our professions instead of recognizing our artistry and dedication to our communities. I stand with Meek Mill and all my peers in the hip-hop community that have been disrespected by places like the Cosmopolitan. "
If an apology does not follow, Meek will most likely move ahead with his initial plan to sure the prestigious hotel.