Busta Rhymes was dragged by the police from a flight from British Airways when it landed at Heathrow Airport in London after it collided with a passenger in first class.
Shortly after the heated argument with a fellow flyer, the American rapper was escorted from the passenger jet just before the start in New York.
The 47-year-old hip-hop star is supposed to have boarded the flight just before the doors closed with five bags – before he angrily demanded to know: & # 39; Who has all their stuff in my locker? & # 39;
Witness witnesses said that Busta & # 39; agitated, aggressive and rude & # 39; was when he threw insults at the female passenger on Monday night flight from JFK Airport in the US.
He was met by police officers at the request of a passenger when the plane landed in London on Tuesday at 6.52 am.
Busta Rhymes (photo) was dragged by the police of a British Airways flight when it landed at Heathrow airport in London after falling in line with a female passenger in first class
The American rapper (shown during the flight to London) was escorted from the passenger jet after the heated argument with a fellow flyer shortly before the start in New York on Monday evening
Witnesses to the fight in the air said that Busta & # 39; agitated, aggressive and rude & # 39; was when he threw insults at the female passenger on Monday night flight from JFK Airport in the US
Speaking with MailOnline, an unnamed passenger said: & Busta got on the plane and saw that this woman had put her luggage in his part of the storage room.
& # 39; He turned around and asked to know whose stuff it was.
& # 39; This woman stood up and said the bags were hers.
& # 39; He was howling and howling, getting very angry and demanding to know why she had used his locker.
& # 39; He said she had to move her things immediately.
& # 39; He started screaming and behaved extremely aggressively and the woman became more and more upset, she started to cry.
& # 39; As she became more and more tearful, her husband intervened and told him that he didn't have to be so rude to his wife.
& # 39; He said he upset her when she was clearly happy to move her things.
& # 39; The man tried to spread the situation, to which Busta replied: & # 39; Let's go homeboy & # 39;. & # 39;
The rapper was filmed by a passenger as he explained the queue to a British Airways flight attendant just before the flight started in New York. Passengers were given the opportunity to leave the plane
Busta (pictured on stage during this year in Virginia Beach) was met by police officers at the request of a passenger when the plane landed in London on Tuesday at 6.52 am
The witness said that as the argument became increasingly fierce, other passengers stepped in and called another BA staff to intervene.
A source said that the star was dressed up by the airline's cabin service director before he was allowed to travel to London.
The cabin crew gave the singer a glass of water and took him to the first-class galley and talked to him to spread the line.
But when he returned to his seat, the star is accused of saying to another passenger who had spoken to him before: & I am sure we will clean this up in London. & # 39;
Before taking off, the captain went to the first class and demanded the assurance from passengers that there would be no further problems.
They were given the option to leave the plane and take a later flight back to London, it is claimed.
& # 39; Someone told the captain that Busta was the only person who behaved aggressively, which led him to make a speech to justify his behavior, & # 39; said the source.
& # 39; He explained that he was a & # 39; had a tough life & that he did not try to violently threaten the passenger, but instead claimed that he just wanted to talk to him to resolve the issue after they landed. & # 39;
Hip-hop star Busta (shown at the MTV Video Music Awards in New York) was spoken by BA employees and given a glass of water to try and spread the line over the luggage of another passenger
The rest of the flight went smoothly.
Upon arrival in London, the singer was escorted from the plane by waiting for agents from the Metropolitan Police, but she was not arrested.
The singer performed yesterday on the Greek island of Mykonos and appears tomorrow night with a British grime star Stormzy at a festival in Romania.
A spokesperson for the Metropolitan Police said: & # 39; Officers at Heathrow were asked by the airline of an incoming aircraft to Heathrow Airport from the US to participate after an alleged verbal dispute involving several passengers.
They boarded the plane after it landed on Tuesday, July 30, at about 6:52 AM and spoke to the parties involved. No injuries were reported and no violations were reported. The passengers involved then went on a journey. & # 39;
A BA spokesperson added: & # 39; Our cabin crew and captain have reassured all the customers involved.
& # 39; Everyone in the cabin was given the option to leave and the flight did not depart until everyone confirmed that they were happy to continue. & # 39;
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