R&B Singer Ari Lennox was arrested at an airport in Amsterdam on Monday after disturbing the peace, according to Dutch authorities. As fans searched for answers as to what happened following a Reuters report of her arrest, the singer took to social media to claim that she was racially profiled.

“F**k Amsterdam security,” she wrote on Twitter. “They hate Black people.”

According to Dutch military police on the scene at the Amsterdam Schiphol airport, Ari Lennox caused a disturbance after accusing the airline staff of racial discrimination. The R&B singer acted aggressively toward the airline employee, and officials believed that the star may have been drunk in public as well.

Updating the incident live on Twitter, Ari Lennox tweeted “I just want to go home. I’ll never leave my house again.”

“Wow,” she wrote in a single tweet, followed by “They’re arresting me.” In the next message, she explained that “I’m being arrested in Amsterdam for reacting to a woman racially profiling me.”

“F**k KLM. Never in my life,” she wrote in a since-deleted Tweet. “Racism. Wow Amsterdam I’m horrified. I was so happy to travel and this evil woman… I’ve never experienced racism so blatant.”

The deleted tweet also included a photo of the airline gate, with airport officials arriving at the scene.

It is unknown what the airline worker said to Ari Lennox, or why it caused her to create the disturbance at the Netherlands-based airline. Dutch authorities have also yet to reveal how long Ari Lennox will stay in custody.

“Our unit found a woman full of emotions, that wouldn’t calm down,” Schiphol airport spokesman Robert van Kapel told Reuters. “That’s why she had to be taken into custody.”

Dutch authorities are also investigating Lennox’s claims to find out just what the airline employee said to the singer to elicit such a reaction.

The incident occurred shortly after her performance at the Soul Train Awards with Summer Walker at the Apollo Theater in New York City. Flying for a trip to Amsterdam after the Awards show, she tweeted, “planes be taking off so smoothly when they’re humongous.”

Ari Lennox, American R&B singer, attending the premiere of 'Creed II'
Ari Lennox, American R&B singer, attending the premiere of ‘Creed II.’ Photo Credit: Shutterstock

Representatives for Ari Lennox have yet to comment on her arrest. Fans reached out on social media, commenting that the singer should try to contact the US embassy for assistance.

“I felt the ‘never wanna leave my house again’ part,” commented Instagram user notjustablackgirl. “When you barely go places as is, and bad shit happens when you finally decide to, it pisses you off on a different level so I understand COMPLETELY.”

“Bring my good sis home!!” wrote another fan.

Deray, an activist and host of the Pod Save the People podcast, said that “The Amsterdam airport is truly the most racist airport in the world,” calling it “hell.”

Grammy nominated music producer DDotOmen also commented on the situation, pointing to the media “trying to spin the narrative of Ari being ‘too aggressive’ toward an airline employee,” instead of focusing on finding out what the airline employee reportedly said to the singer.

Known for her 2019 single “Shea Butter Baby,” the song has been streamed over 114 million times on Spotify, landing her collaborations with high-profile artists such as J. Cole’s Dreamville label, Summer Walker, Jazmine Sullivan, and 6LACK.

The singer recently starred in the premiere of The Game, Paramount’s revival of the popular sports drama series. “My acting debut … Make sure to tune into #TheGame,” she wrote on Twitter.

It was a chaotic scene at the Amsterdam airport already, when a couple Sunday night reportedly fled a quarantined hotel to board a plane despite contracting Covid-19. The pair were arrested after attempting to fly to Spain amid fears of the South African Omicron variant.