Rapper finds 'needles, pills, pipes' and 2 unwanted houseguests at Airbnb rental

A rapper visiting Los Angeles claims that his Airbnb host had to kick out two "crackheads" at the home he had rented. (Photo: Twitter)

A West Virginia rapper visiting Los Angeles was planning on staying at an Airbnb, but when he arrived at the house, he allegedly found two houseguests and drug paraphernalia littered inside, according to the videos he shared on social media.

Rapper Ponce De’Leioun, whose real name is De’Leioun Jackson, took to Twitter to show proof of what he found at the rental he booked through Airbnb on Saturday.

“Airbnb gotta do better,” he said.

According to Metro, De’Leioun paid $62.18 for a room at the house. Eventually, according to the musician, the owner of the home kicked two people out.

“My air bnb host supplied me with an apartment with no working lock on the door!! I found a Crackhead hiding in the bathroom & another locked in the 2nd room!!!! He kicked one out, cleaned up all the needles & offered to let me stay in the crackhouse,” De’Leioun tweeted.

The same day that De’Leioun shared the tweet, Airbnb’s quickly followed up with the rapper on social media.

“Hi, we’d like to follow up immediately. Please DM us with your full name as it appears on your Airbnb account, email and phone number along with the relevant reservation code. We’re awaiting your DM. Thank you,” the company’s help account tweeted.

When reached for comment by Yahoo Lifestyle, an Airbnb spokesman stated that the company “provided Ponce De’Leioun a full refund.”

As for De’Leioun, he appears to have found a silver lining after the events that had transpired.

“Patience is when you’re supposed to be mad but you choose to understand,” the rapper tweeted amid the incident.

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