Jess Glynne has lit up social media after claiming she was discriminated against by a London restaurant.
The pop songwriter attempted to gain entry to Sexy Fish in Central London, but was dressed in ultra-casual fashion.
The restaurant refused to grant her entry, leading Jess Glynne and a friend to try somewhere else.
Deciding she had been 'discriminated against' the singer put her claims on social media, causing a fire-storm.
While some decried the restaurant's policy, others pointed out she wasn't wearing a mask, and didn't meet the dress code; "just because you're famous doesn't mean you don't need to dress up nice to go out!"
Here's the post.
Dear @sexyfishlondon I turned up to your restaurant looking like this and you looked me and my friend up and down and said no you can’t come in and your restaurant was EMPTY. I then went to amazonicolondon who… https://t.co/QHJhDgRciy— Jess Glynne (@JessGlynne) July 6, 2020
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