Adriane Banks, the mother of rapper A$AP Rocky, has been banned from performing at a local beauty salon, the LA Times reported.
The LA Times reports that she will be allowed to perform at a private facility in the Los Angeles suburb of Koreatown on Thursday but will have to remove her jewelry and accessories, which include a necklace she wore as a baby, a necklace with an embroidered “I love you” that she wore in a photo and a bracelet with a large diamond.
Banks has been performing at the Koreatown beauty salon since November, the paper reports.
The salon, known as The Real Beauty Academy, was founded by rapper A $AP Rocky and features models like Ronda Rousey and Ariana Grande.
The Los Angeles Times reports the salon was the subject of a recent lawsuit filed by the Los Angles chapter of the NAACP.
The city of Los Angeles has a long history of targeting businesses that discriminate against LGBTQ people.
The Trump administration’s directive was issued as part of a broad new anti-discrimination order that will be implemented nationwide next week.
The order aims to curb discrimination and to ensure that businesses, including beauty salons, do not discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, religion, race, ethnicity, national origin, age, disability, marital status, and veteran status.
The Department of Justice will also continue to defend the rule, the Times reported in an article titled “Supreme Court rules Trump order will protect religious freedom in Trump era.”