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Busta Rhymes was pulled out of a British Airways flight by police when it landed at London’s Heathrow Airport, it has been reported.
The AMERICAN rapper was said to have been accompanied, after a heated argument with a female passenger in the first class, it started a little before the take-off in New York city on Monday night.
The hip-hop star is understood to have boarded the flight, just prior to the closing of the doors, while wearing five-pocket styling.
Witnesses told MailOnline that the 47-year-old was agitated, aggressive and rude, as he hurled insults at the passengers on the flight from JFK Airport.
Busta, whose real name is Trevor Smith Jr., was met by police officers at the passenger’s request, when the flight landed at 6.52 am yesterday morning.
An unnamed passenger told the MailOnline: “Busta hopped on the plane and saw that the woman had left in his section of the overhead locker.
“He was ranting and raging, really really angry and demanding to know why she had used it to his locker.
“She became more and more tearful, and her husband intervened, and told him that he has no need to be so rude to his wife.
“He told me that he was upsetting her when she clearly was very happy to move her things out.”
The other passengers and BA staff, then as the argument escalated, according to witnesses.
The crew, reportedly, offered him a glass of water and told him to calm down.
The captain was also said to have gone to the first class cabin to get out of the insurance, there would not be any more problems.
It has been said Busta was given the opportunity to leave the plane and get on another flight to London.
The rest of the flight to London and had no problems.
Busta was escorted from the plane by the Police officers, but he was not arrested.
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A spokesman for the Metropolitan Police said: “Officers at Heathrow airport have been called for by the carrier of an incoming flight to Heathrow Airport in the united states to live, after an alleged verbal argument with several passengers in it.
“They have boarded the plane once it had landed at about 6:52 on Tuesday, July 30th, and spoke to the parties involved. There were no reports of any injuries, and no facts are made known. The passengers were using their phones.”
A BA spokesman added: “Our cabin crew and the Captain can rest assured that all affected customers.
“Of all the people in the booth were given the option to walk away, and the flight is not until they confirmed that they were happy to move on.”
The Sun Online-with all of Busta Rhymes’s representatives for a comment.
The story was originally published in The Sun.