Westminster Council Issues Statement Addressing DSTRKT Nightclub Racism Allegations

Denied entry in to DSTRKT nigthclub for being over weight and too dark skinnned: Zalika Miller (far left) pictured with her friends Reisha (centre left), Tasha (centre right) and Lin Mei (right)

Denied entry in to DSTRKT nigthclub for being over weight and too dark skinnned: Zalika Miller (far left) pictured with her friends Reisha (centre left), Tasha (centre right) and Lin Mei (right)

In response to the racism allegations currently plaguing DSTRKT nightclub (Click Here to read all about it), Westminster Council has issued the following statement: 

“We are concerned to hear allegations of racist behaviour at any nightclubs within Westminster.

“We have been advised that this could be dealt with by making a complaint under the Equality Act to the Equality and Human Rights Commission.”

“Alternatively, if there are allegations of criminal conduct these should be referred to the police. The police would then be able to investigate and if appropriate initiate a review of the premises license, which we would take very seriously.”

This should be interesting….

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4 replies »

  1. Lol, why do we always have to force ourselves into places where we aren’t wanted? And it’s not racist if they allowed the two lighter skinned girls there, or none of them would’ve got in.

  2. The only reason I say it’s not racist is because half of the group got in. They were all black. Discriminatory? Absolutely. Racist? Not so much. The club was discriminating against dark and overweight women, not all black women period. THAT would be racist.

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