The Culture Club singer Boy George has criticized British Airways for making him wait to get off the plane while Victoria Beckham is said to have met her driver on the plane
Young George has hurled stones at British Airways, claiming that they kept him waiting in first class so Victoria Beckham could board the plane first.
The Culture Club singer, 61, expressed her disappointment on Twitter, saying: “Great for @bitishairways to leave everyone in first class waiting for the steps while Victoria Beckham’s car pick her up at the plane. Go appropriately to avoid flying BA for a while!”
The 80s star did not provide any further information about the flight, but it is believed to have landed in London, where the Culture Club will perform on Friday.
Despite the disappointment, the male singer remained calm as he later tweeted, “Myself and @Airline British in love again. Now I know the cost to get off the plane before everyone else is 6,000.
“Also, my current goal is to be friendlier, more human and more patient. Lol! Good luck. I also forgot to say how lovely my flight was!”
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He then added: “I’m an impulse tweeter but I get through it faster than most!”
But fans won’t let his comments rest, with singer, real name George O’Dowd insisting: “Victoria is innocent! Lol!”
Mirror has contacted representatives of Victoria Beckham and British Airways.
This is not the first time Boy George has met the artist formerly known as Posh Spice.
He told KIIS 1065’s Kyle and Jackie O that the singer refused to autograph him in 2018.
Recalling the incident, he said, “I caught her at a radio station and said you would write me something funny about this and she wouldn’t write what I asked her to write. , but she wrote, “Send b***h, f**k off! ”’
Young George also refused to let an actor on the talent show The Voice perform a Spice Girls song.
“Spice Girls suck. I hate them. They have nothing to say.
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“Girl power. Yeah, and what is f**k girl power? F**k is Spice Girls.
“They’re a cynical creative agency and proof that a good stylist is more important than a good tune.”
Boy George was the lead singer of the ’80s band Culture Club, whose songs include Chama Chameleon and Do You Really Want to Hurt Me.
He has also forged a successful solo career with hits like Keep Me in Mind and Everything I Own.
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https://www.mirror.co.uk/3am/celebrity-news/boy-george-accuses-british-airways-27253002 Boy George accuses British Airways of 'leaving people waiting for Victoria Beckham'