Jason Durelo Accuses American Airline Of ‘Racial Discrimination’

Jason Derulo is accusing American Airlines of “racial discrimination” after an alleged disagreement about luggage took place at Miami International Airport.

The singer expressed his dissatisfaction with the treatment he reportedly received by police and AA staff members.

Jason-Derulo.jpg

According to Derulo, due to a discrepancy about the timing of the group’s check-in, they decided one member of the group would stay behind and check all the luggage onto the next flight.

While American Airlines’ VIP passengers apparently get three bags checked for free, Derulo’s pal reportedly tried to check 19 bags. The friend then called the singer as he was on the plane, and told him the airline wanted to charge him $4,000 for the extra bags – at which point Derulo, who claims he has never had to pay for his bags due to his air miles, decided to “turn the plane around” and sort out the situation.

However, as he and his group disembarked the plane, Derulo alleges the captain came out of the cockpit and started cursing at them, ordering them to get off the aircraft.

Once off the plane, Derulo and his group were met by 15 police officers, which the singer called “super embarrassing”.

As another American Airlines staff member allegedly began cursing at him, Derulo then decided to take matters into his own hands and use his social media power.

“As you can imagine, I’m surrounded by 15 police officers, I’m not going to curse back because I know what’s going to happen,” he continued. “So I pick up my phone, and I go live on my Instagram.

“So I go live, and I start to hear whispers happening, and as soon as they find out who I am, everything changes. Every single person becomes somebody else, and all of a sudden, we’re not in trouble anymore.”

Credit: People Mag

 

Join The Convo

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

w

Connecting to %s