Why was Ari Lennox arrested in Amsterdam?

SOULFUL artist Ari Lennox has been detained by authorities at an Amsterdam airport following a incident involving another woman.

The "BMO" singer took to Twitter to share her accounts of what led to her arrest.

What happen in Amsterdam?

Upon arriving to the Netherlands' capital, Lennox,30, tweeted: "Hi Amsterdam," to her 700k+ Twitter followers.

An hour later, she wrote: "Fuck Amsterdam security. They hate black people."

Although she didn't elaborate at the time, fans knew something had happen.

Moments later she continued:

"I justwant to go home. I'll never leave my house again."


The singer then informed her followers that she was be arrested by authorities.

"They're arresting me," she tweeted.

"I'm back arrested in Amsterdam for reacting to a woman racially profiling me."

Lennox has not tweeted anything since.

What has Amsterdam authorities said about the arrest?

Authorities claim that Lennox had caused a public disorder after she accused a staff member with KLM, a Netherlands-based airline, of racially profiling her.

The Dutch police stated that the singer displayed belligerent behavior during her exchange with an airline official and was reportedly publicly intoxicated.

"Our unit found a woman full of emotions that wouldn't calm down. That's why she had to be taken into custody," spokesman Robert van Kapel stated.

Authorities are currently conducting an investigation regarding alleged threats Lennox made during the encounter.

Who is Ari Lennox?

Lennox, whose real name is Courtney Shanade Salter, is an American R&B singer.

She was born in Washington D.C.

Lennox was the first female artist to be signed to rapper J. Cole's record label, Dreamville Records.

In 2016, she released her first EP Pho on the label, just as she began gaining recognition.

Her debut studio album Shea Butter Baby was released in 2019.

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