Leslie Jones Slams L.A.'s Ritz-Carlton in Post-BET Awards Tweet: 'They Don't Like Black People!'

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Leslie Jones is not happy with the Los Angeles Ritz-Carlton.

The 49-year-old comedian took to Twitter on Monday to accuse the hotel of racism, sharing that "they don't like black people."

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"Wow was such a great night at the BET awards," the Saturday Night Live star tweeted. "But then had THE WORST STAY @RitzCarlton DO NOT STAY THERE!! THEY DONT LIKE BLACK PEOPLE!!"

Jones, who hosted the BET Awards on Sunday, didn't specify or share any further details on the incident. The Ritz-Carlton official Twitter page responded to her tweet, writing, "We’re very sorry to hear this. We pride ourselves on providing excellent service to all. Please DM us & we’ll look into this right away."

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In a statement made to The Hollywood Reporter, the hotel affirmed that "diversity and inclusion are part of the fabric of The Ritz-Carlton culture and operations. We remain committed to providing an environment where all feel welcome. While we do not comment publicly about individual guests, we take every guest concern seriously and work quickly to resolve issues."

Jones has yet to respond to the hotel's statement.

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ET spoke with Jones on the BET Awards red carpet on Sunday, where she told Kevin Frazier that she was feeling as good as she looked, sharing, "I've been working out." The Ghostbusters star also played coy when asked about her new boyfriend.

"Maybe," she shared when asked if she had a new man. "He's in trouble right now. But it's a good type of trouble."

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ET reached out to reps for Jones and Saturday Night Live, who had no further comment.