AceShowbiz - Boosie BadAzz is going off again on social media. This time, the rapper took to his Instagram account to take a jab at American Airlines as he accused the airline employees of being "racist" towards him.
The Baton Rouge-bred rapper wrote a lengthy rant on Instagram on Saturday, June 8, revealing that he and his kids were not allowed to board the plane by a male employee. "(American Airlines)The man who just refused to let me get on the plane with my kids IS a b***h a** hater. If I ever see you again I'm go spit n yo f***ing face you b***h a** hater," Boosie wrote.
The southern spitter went on claiming that the pilot said that "we could be let on," though the man allegedly "did not want us on because of your jealousy towards me." Boosie went on writing that the incident resulted in him missing his pool party.
"You jealous ,broke a** , p***y a** , b***ha** f****t you deserve a bullet n yo f***ing face you h** a** RACIS B***H," he continued blasting the said employee. "U look like a b***h a** mf . I BET YO KIDS suffer because of yo p***y a**. I BET THEY HUNGRY now cause of yo p***y a**."
Boosie also blasted American Airlines in the post, calling the company "a f**k ship." He added, "THEY ALWAYS DELAYED , THE PLANES ALWAYS SHAKING, FIRST CLASS TREATMENT IS BULLS**T , THEY BARELY HAVE TVS ON THIS BULLS**T A** PLANE N THEY HIGH AS F**K," before urging people not to "RIDE AMERICAN AIRLINES."
The "Set It Off" creator then concluded his post by going back to slam his original target. "I hope THIS N***A HATER Mhave a head on collision n die coming from yo airport job WITH YO pregnant wife n the car you P***Y,” he wrote. "I HOPE U B***ES N THESE PLANES CRASH N BURN hope I see u n da streets p***y crash n burn h**s n if anybody got a problem with what I said SUCK MY D**K see me n the streets n say something."
Speaking to XXL, LaKesha Brown, a representative for American Airlines, denies Boosie's racism claims, adding that the company is aware of the rapper's allegations. Saying that an investigation has been launched, Brown explains that Boosie was denied entry on the plane because he arrived after the aircraft gate had closed, which is standard procedure. The rep continues sharing that AA immediately booked the rapper on the next plane to his destination after missing the initial flight.