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Gospel singer nearly gets kicked off flight because she wouldn’t stop singing to passengers

Charisa Bossinakis

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Gospel singer nearly gets kicked off flight because she wouldn’t stop singing to passengers

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/bobbi_storm

Gospel singer Bobbi Storm was almost kicked off a Delta flight after she refused to stop singing.

We're all well-versed with annoying passengers; everything from wearing no shoes to clapping when the flight lands and using your side of the armrest.

But in a video posted to the gospel singer's Instagram, she informed passengers she was about to bless the flight and told them she had just been nominated for two Grammys.


Not the time to flex, Bobbi.

In the clip, the singer is seen standing up in the aisle, saying: "I sing for the Lord.

"I'm doing what the Lord is telling me to do."


A flight attendant then repeatedly told her to sit down and be quiet for the remainder of the trip.

However, the singer proceeded to tell the flight attendant that the passengers were 'enjoying it'.

'Well, I'm not," he quips.

Yikes. 11/10 savage.


"If you're not able to follow my instructions, you will not be able to take this flight," he continued.

To which she repeated that she's doing what the 'lord' told her to do.

He then threatened that if she's unable to do what she's instructed, she will be kicked off the flight.


"If that's the case, then that's fine," she told the flight attendant as he walked off.

Storm then told the passengers that she will sing her song 'We Can't Forget Him' quietly at the back of the plane.

Many slammed the singer for being disruptive on the flight, as one Instagram user wrote: "This is one of the most egotistical things I’ve ever seen. You think because you’re Grammy nominated that rules don’t apply to you and the plane is your stage? Work on that ego sis."

Another said: "Why is this giving second-hand embarrassment."


A third commented: "No one wants to hear you sing out loud on a public flight. Rude and entitled."

A spokesperson for the airline told USA TODAY: "Delta has been in contact with the customer.

"For the safety of our customers and crew, it's always important to follow crew instructions."

Topics: News, Travel

Charisa Bossinakis
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