(AllHipHop News) American Airlines has come forward with a reply to Boozie Badazz's explicative laced angry tirade over his treatment at the hands of airline employees.
The legendary rap star was extremely pissed-off at American Airlines over the weekend.
Boosie, who flew out of Mississippi, was not allowed to board his connecting flight in Charlotte, to Grand Rapids, Michigan because he was running late.
The rapper claimed the captain cleared him to board with his kids, but an employee refused to let him on board.
Boosie was so mad, he labeled the airlines as "f##k ship" and vowed to spit in the face of the offending employee, and assault him, should they ever cross paths again.
"THEY ALWAYS DELAYED , THE PLANES ALWAYS SHAKING, FIRST CLASS TREATMENT IS BULLS##T , THEY BARELY HAVE TVS ON THIS BULLS##T ASS PLANE N THEY HIGH AS F##K ‼️ DO NOT RIDE AMERICAN AIRLINES," Boosie fumed. "Because u will not get to your destination on time n the people that work for this wack ass airline company have horrible attitudes .THEY RUDE ASS F##K n this black b##ch don’t even try n help a n##ga after seeing this man f##ked over me n my kids ,SAD ASS BLACK UGLY B##CHES.I hope THIS N##GA HATER Mhave a head on collision n die coming from yo airport job WITH YO pregnant wife n the car you P##SY."
American Airlines got wind on Boosie's wrath and decided to investigate the issue. American Airlines spokesman Ross Feinstein told the USA TODAY they reviewed his reservation and matched it with closed-circuit video.
"Mr. Hatch’s inbound flight from Jackson, Miss., to Charlotte, N.C., this past Saturday was delayed, and he arrived at the gate for his connecting flight to Grand Rapids, Mich., after the airplane door had been closed," Ross Feinstein explained.
The rapper was supposedly trying to make it to a flight that was supposed to depart at 2:44 PM, but he did not make it to his gate until 2:36PM, and by this time the doors had been closed.
To make things more confusing, Boosie's connecting flight to Grand Rapids decided to take off 10 minutes early, and left at 2:41 PM instead of 2:44 PM.
The airline maintains all passengers must be at the gate 10 minutes before the flight, even though Boosie's originating flight was delayed, and the connecting flight decided to depart early.
Ross Feinstein avoided addressing Boosie's broader complaints and seemed satisfied with American Airlines' handling of the entire ordeal
"We immediate rebooked Mr. Hatch and his family for a later flight, which is our standard procedure for missed connections," Ross Feinstein said.