*Busta Rhymes allegedly popped off on another passenger during a flight to London because she stored her luggage in his first class compartment.
According to DailyMail.com, the rapper became “agitated, aggressive and rude” onboard a flight at JFK Airport on Monday evening after a woman occupied his luggage space.
“Busta got on the plane and saw that this woman had put her luggage in his section of the overhead locker,” a fellow passenger told the website, adding that he demanded to know whose baggage it was, per Page Six. “This British woman stood up and said the bags belonged to her. He was ranting and raving, getting really angry and demanding to know why she had used his locker.”
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The passenger continued, “He told her to move her stuff immediately. He began shouting and behaving extremely aggressively and the woman was getting more and more upset, she began crying. As she got more and more tearful, her husband intervened and told him he needn’t be so rude to his wife. He said that he was upsetting her when she was clearly happy to move her things.”
British Airways confirmed to Page Six that the incident occurred, but didn’t name the 47-year-old rapper specifically.
“Our cabin crew and Captain reassured all the customers involved. All those in the cabin were given the option of moving away, and the flight did not depart until everyone confirmed that they were happy to continue.”
Metropolitan police were waiting to question Busta when the flight landed at Heathrow Airport in London early Tuesday morning,
“Officers at Heathrow were requested by the airline of an inbound plane to Heathrow Airport from the US to attend following an alleged verbal altercation involving several passengers,” a spokesperson for the Metropolitan Police said.
“They boarded the plane once it had landed … and spoke to the parties involved. There were no reported injuries, and no offenses disclosed,” the spokesperson continued. “The passengers concerned then proceeded with their journeys.”