The first week of Coachella came, saw, and conquered our timelines throughout Easter weekend. Rihanna was all of us during Kendrick Lamar’s breathtaking performance in her crystal-encrusted bodysuit, one of this years best festival looks. Lorde performed new songs off her upcoming album, and a random kid won the Internet over dancing to Drake and Migos. So much went down, and now you can relive the best moments from the annual music festival below.
Drake accused Country Club of Racial ProfilingGetty Images
Over the weekend, 6 God took to Instagram to air out his frustration from his stay at The Madison Club in La Quinta. In a now deleted Instagram post he wrote, “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 #Coachella,” PageSix reports. Soon after, fans flooded the Madison Club’s Yelp page with negative reviews. So watch how you speak on his name, you know?
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Fans were in for a treat during Lorde’s set. The “Green Light” singer debuted her new song “Homemade Dynamite” off of her upcoming album Melodrama. “This next song that I’m about to play you is brand new. Nobody has heard it,” she told the crowd. For its debut, she wanted fans to give the new song “the biggest f–king birthday.”
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Turning up at a festival can work up an appetite. Thanks to Post Malone, fans were able to cure their hunger with Popeyes. According to TMZ, the rapper celebrated his “Stoney” album going platinum on Sunday at Coachella, and decided to order 10,000 Popeyes biscuits. Of course, Post used Postmates to deliver the goods.
Man Steals Hundreds of Cell PhonesGetty Images
Swiper, no swiping! If your phone mysteriously went missing while you were turning up to Future at Coachella, this guy might’ve taken it. Reinaldo De Jesus Henao was detained and arrested after allegedly stealing over one hundred phones at the festival, KTLA 5 reports. Victims were able to use the “Find My Phone” app, which led them right to the culprit.
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