First Class problems? Boy George slams BA for delaying First flyers while Victoria Beckham departs

Boy George has hit out at British Airways for leaving first-class passengers “ready for steps” whereas Victoria Beckham was allowed to disembark his flight first.

He claimed the style designer and Spice Lady was allowed to disembark the airline’s first-class cabin first so her automotive might “decide her up on the plane”, delaying different First passengers from getting off.

In a now-deleted tweet, the Tradition Membership frontman wrote: “Good contact for British Airways to depart everybody in first-class ready for steps whereas Victoria Beckham’s automotive picks her up on the plane.”

“Correct going to keep away from flying BA for some time!” added the miffed singer.

The rant was posted within the early hours of Thursday, however has since been rapidly faraway from the singer’s feed.

The Tradition Membership singer’s tweet

(Twitter/BoyGeorge)

It’s thought Tradition Membership had been touchdown in London forward of a gig at Kenwood Home this Friday. The band has been touring US venues prior to now two weeks.

In the meantime, Victoria Beckham has posted photos with longtime pal, actress Eva Longoria, on Instagram in current days, suggesting she has been in Los Angeles.

Boy George has made no secret of his disdain for Ms Beckham and the remainder of the Spice Ladies – prior to now, he has known as them “terrible”, saying, “I hate them. They’ve simply obtained nothing to say.”

Whereas filming The Voice in 2016, the singer ranted, “Lady energy. Yeah, and what the f*** is woman energy? F*** the Spice Ladies.

“They’re a cynical company creation and proof {that a} good stylist is extra essential than a great melody.”

The Unbiased has contacted British Airways and representatives for Victoria Beckham for remark.

Ready in a First Class cabin might not look like a burden to all

(British Airways)

Passengers who spend not less than £2million a 12 months with British Airways are awarded a legendary govt membership “black card”, official generally known as Premier tier, which will get them additional perks and VIP service.

The typical passenger can not apply for this, they have to be vetted by senior administration on the airline, and the variety of cardholders are considered as little as 450, Head For Factors lately reported.

Black card holders are given “use of the Particular Companies staff at key airports”, “entry to British Airways lounges always, even when the member shouldn’t be flying on British Airways,” and an annual improve voucher for 2.

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