In the age of posting on social media first, and asking questions later, it is absolutely baffling that businesses are still daring to disrespect customers. And while no one deserves to be mistreated, it is even more mind-boggling when a celebrity like Drake, who has a platform with millions of followers, is on the receiving end.

The rapper, who was in California this past weekend for Coachella, took to his Instagram to put The Madison Club — a country club near the festival — on blast for racial profiling.

"The most offensive place I have ever stayed at in my life with staff who pick and choose who they are going to accommodate based on racial profiling," he wrote in a post that has since been deleted.

The country club reportedly issued an apology, but it was too late.

Drake fans already had their Yelp and Google reviews in shambles with lyrics from the 6 God himself.

They got "More Life" than they bargained for.

The drag fest was poetic justice.

There was nothing fans of The Madison Club could do to stop the well deserved digital attack.

Who does this reviewer think he's fooling by using Drizzy instead of Drake?

We hope everyone involved learned a valuable lesson from this Drake incident. There is no room for discrimination in 2017.

Take care.