Azealia Banks Irish flight incident, cites mistreatment!

Azealia Banks Irish flight incident, cites mistreatment!

US rapper Azealia Banks calls Irish women ‘ugly’ after Aer Lingus flight incident

Rapper Azealia Banks poses for a portrait on March 13, 2016 in Brooklyn, New York. (Photo by Santiago Felipe/Getty Images Portrait)

Azealia Banks breaks down after claiming she has been BANNED from Aer Lingus flights following row with stewardess… as she makes foul-mouthed racial slurs and brands Irish women ‘UGLY’ The musician launched the extraordinary rant after a row with a flight attendant She left the flight from Gatwick to Dublin where she is performing on Tuesday The 27-year-old claimed she had been treated like a ‘wild animal’ on the plane She denied threatening to ‘sort you out’ saying it was not her New York slang Aer Lingus confirmed she had left the flight but did not comment on her claims Azealia Banks has launched an extraordinary tearful rant at Aer Lingus staff after a row with a stewardess before a flight from Gatwick to Dublin. The 27-year-old called Irish women ‘ugly’ and used foul-mouthed racial slurs during the bizarre tirade which she shared on her Instagram story. The musician removed herself from a morning flight to Dublin, ahead of her sold-out gig at The Academy in the Irish capital on Tuesday. She claimed she had been ‘banned’ from the airline after accusing a flight attendant of ‘lying’, saying she had been ‘treated like a wild animal’. Banks famously launched a foul-mouthed tirade at a flight attendant calling him a ‘f***ing f***ot’ when she was unable to get off a Delta plane in 2005. Taking to social media today, she said a stewardess had accused her of threatening to ‘sort you out’. The musician denied she had used those words, saying she was from New York and would not have used that turn of phrase. In a series of Instagram stories she said: ‘Every time I come to the UK, they always make some s**t with these airline people.


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