British Airways issuses an apology to Black Motion

December 07, 2017 at 07:04
British Airways issuses an apology to Black Motion


British Airways on Wednesday  issued an apology to music duo, Black Motion, who cast the spotlight on an alleged racist incident that resulted in them being escorted off a flight on Monday afternoon.


Thabo “Smol” Mabogwane and Bongani “Murdah” Mohosana were singled out to move from their business class seats to accommodate a white passenger who complained that her seat was broken.

After a heated exchange between the air hostess and the duo, Mabogwane and Mohosana were allegedly told the captain was having them removed to avoid a “911” situation.

British Airways apology to Black Motion

 “Comair does not tolerate any form of racism or discrimination, which is why we take any such allegations very seriously. We are in conversation with the customers and have apologized for what happened. We are now interviewing the staff involved as part of a full investigation. Once concluded we will take whatever action is necessary,” said Shaun Pozyn 


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