The racist abuse that was directed at Inter striker Romelu Lukaku following the Belgian’s goal against Juventus this evening has been condemned by Roc Nation.

Tweeting after this evening’s Coppa Italia semifinal first leg match between the Nerazzurri and the Bianconeri, a statement made by Roc Nation Sports International President Michalel Yormark condemned the racist chants that were aimed at the 29-year-old in no uncertain terms, calling them “beyond disgusting.”

In a very bitter note to the end of this evening’s Coppa Italia clash between Inter and Juventus, Nerazzuri striker Lukaku was subjected to racist chants from some Juventus supporters.

Video was captured of the racist “monkey” chants aimed in the direction of the 29-year-old Belgian international.

Whilst the Inter striker was then sent off after receiving a yellow card for having been deemed to have incited the crowd with his celebration, it remains to be seen how the incident and the player’s suspension will be looked at by the authorities in light of the video evidence of racist chants.

Roc Nation represent Lukaku, with the organization also representing the Belgian’s Nerazzurri teammate and friend Federico Dimarco.

The organization made their stance clear, tweeting that “Tonight’s racist remarks made towards Romelu Lukaku by Juventus fans in Turin were beyond despicable and cannot be accepted.”

“Romelu scored a penalty late in the game. Before, during, and after the penalty, he was subjected to hostile and disgusting racist abuse. Romelu celebrated in the same manner he has previously celebrated goals. The referee’s response was to award a yellow card to Romelu.”

“Romelu deserves an apology from Juventus, and I expect the League to condemn the behaviour of this group of Juventus supporters immediately.”

“The Italian authorities must use this opportunity to tackle racism, rather than punish the victim of the abuse.”

“I am certain that the footballing world shares the same sentiment.”