Donald Trump banned from visiting Madiba restaurant
The Brooklyn based Madiba restaurant has taken to social media to enforce a ban on the presidential candidate.
NEW YORK - There'll be no peri-peri chicken or bunny chow for Donald Trump, as a South African restaurant in Brooklyn, New York, has officially banned the republican presidential candidate from its premises.
Madiba restaurant, which just turned 17, has taken to social media to enforce a ban on Donald Trump, calling its premises a 'toupe-free' zone, adding the phrase "dump trump" to its Facebook posting.
Madiba owner Mark Henegan believes Brooklyn is too diverse for Trump, who has drawn ire over his comments about immigrants.
It's unclear if the republican presidential candidate, who has become a frontrunner, even knows about the ban.