Sit Down Soulja Boy, No? Okay - Get Off The Plane!
Why didn't he just sit down? We'll probably never know
A lesson to all you rebels out there: you can mess about and disobey orders most of the time, but you can’t do it on a place or you’ll be ejected. That’s what happened to Soulja Boy, whose antics meant he couldn't reach his destination.
We don’t mean ejected like Mission:Impossible ejected, we mean ejected like movie theatre ejected, even though the former would have been a much cooler story. Stories involved parachutes are always cooler.
But here’s what happened: there’s a bit before you take off – you’ll all probably know it well – where the flight attendants ensure that you’re sitting down and fastened up tight. The plane is about to take off into the air, so they want to make sure people are safe. Soulja Boy didn’t care, he refused to partner bum with seat, and you know what happened next.
To his credit, Soulja Boy - aka DeAndre Cortez Way – issued a statement of apology. "It was a bad night and me and the flight staff didn't see eye to eye," the rapper later said to TMZ. "In hindsight, I'm extremely sorry for all inconvenience caused to the passengers and employees of the airline."
Celebrities getting kicked off flights for not obeying simple orders isn’t a new thing. Alec Baldwin was given his marching orders from an American Airlines flight in 2011 for refusing to turn off his cellphone. He wasn’t on a really important call, answering an emergency, no, he was fixated with a game of Words with Friends.
Soulja Boy was sorry for his actions
Soulja Boy With His Homer Simpson Skateboard