Young Thug has returned to the scene of a crime at an airport in Alaska, where he was recently filmed speaking offensively toward employees of Alaska Airlines.
The rapper was involved in a verbal confrontation with two female staff when he was stopped from boarding an Alaska Airlines flight that he was late for. The incident was filmed and sees the rapper referring to the workers as “ants”, “peasants” and “bums”, even offering two women $15,000 to quit their jobs, as a taunt.
Today, the artist took to Instagram to show that he had been ordered by his mother to return to Alaska to apologise to the employees in person.
It’s a cute story, one that more importantly reminds us that no matter how rich and successful you become, it’s important to remain grounded – and to listen to your folks!
It’s nice to see a rapper of his reputation take the time to show to his fans that he admits is mistake, and is willing to make up for it.
The incident marks the end to a huge year for Thugger, who has also just been announced as a late addition to the 2017 Laneway lineup. No sideshows have been announced, but our fingers are crossed.
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