Meek Mill Walks Off Plane Over 'Racist' Flight Attendant

  /  10.30.2021

Meek Mill threatened to walk off a plane after an encounter with what he calls a “racist” flight attendant.

The Expensive Pain rapper boarded a private jet on Friday (Oct. 29) shortly before he was confronted by a crew member, who accused him and his crew of smoking weed. In video shared to his Instagram Story, Meek can be seen sitting on the plane and addressing the man.

“We just stepped on here 30 seconds ago,” he tells the attendant, who claims he smelled weed.

After realizing that he had offended his passengers, the attendant apologized. “I’m gonna try and fix this problem,” he tells Meek.

But Meek was not satisfied with his response and threatened to walk off the plane. “Let us get off the plane. I don’t feel safe on this plane,” he tells his crew.

The flight attendant can be seen opening the door, but it’s unclear if Meek actually got off the plane. He did say that he was looking to book another flight from NYC to Atlanta.

In his caption, Meek called the flight attendant a “racist pussy,” adding, “His energy from when we walked up, I knew he racist.”

Earlier in the week, Meek made headlines after he called out his record label, claiming he hasn’t received money from his music. “i haven’t get paid from music and i don’t know how much money labels make off me!!!!! i need lawyers asap!!!” he wrote.


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