Following Sunday night's BET Awards, comedienne and Saturday Night Live cast member Leslie Jones--who hosted the awards--returned to her 5-star hotel and apparently was not pleased with the quality of service.
However, her first experience as BET host was tainted somewhat after an allegedly disastrous stay at one of The Ritz-Carlton's hotels.
"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. The SNL alumni said she felt "very nervous", but despite that, Jones meant to do her best to make people laugh and wanted to "represent comedy". The tweet also said they would look into the incident right away. Jones did not offer up what may have happened at the hotel to have prompted her tweet. "While we do not comment publicly about individual guests, we take every guest concern seriously and work quickly to resolve issues".
"DO NOT STAY THERE", Jones warned her followers about the Los Angeles Ritz Carlton, "THEY DON'T LIKE BLACK PEOPLE!" "I am very nervous", she admitted. Michael Bennett has, in fact, been writing a book for the last six months called "Things That Make White People Uncomfortable", which is expected to be released by the end of the year.