Boy George says Victoria Beckham was able to get off the plane first because British Airways kept passengers waiting


Boy George, Victoria Beckham

Boy George got angry with British Airways after saying that Victoria Beckham was allowed to leave his recent flight earlier than anyone else.Steve Jennings / Getty Images / Pascal Le Segreten / Getty Images

  • Boy George has been a hot topic after boarding the same plane as Victoria Beckham.

  • After he said Beckham was first allowed to leave the plane, he vowed to stop flying British Airways.

  • Boy George tweeted that he knew that “it would cost $ 6,000 to get off the plane faster than anyone else.”

Boy George vowed to stop flying British Airways after the same flight as Victoria Beckham.

The Culture Club frontman went to Twitter on Thursday and complained that the airline allowed Beckham to leave the plane earlier than anyone else.

“I like @britishairways so that everyone in first class waits for a step while Victoria Beckham’s car is flying her. It’s appropriate to avoid BA flights for a while! He wrote in a tweet, but since then it has been deleted, Telegraph..

But when Boy George returned to London from the United States, he and British Airways later tweeted that he and British Airways were “returning in love,” and only said kindly about the airline.

Boy George did not identify which airport he flew to, Windsor Suite at Heathrow Airport We offer a dedicated “VIP service” including private suites, Michelin Star dining and direct flights to the tarmac. According to The Telegraph, the service starts at $ 3,359.

When Boy George’s tweet caught people’s attention, many quickly pointed out his past criticisms of the Spice Girls.

In the 2016 episode of “The Voice,” Boy George banned athletes from singing the Spice Girls song “Viva Forever.”

“The Spice Girls are terrible. I hate them. They have nothing to say,” he said at the time, according to Yahoo !. “They are cynical corporate creations and prove that good stylists are more important than good melodies.”

However, Boy George seems to want to make up for Beckham’s tweet that he was “innocent” in a short but sweet feud with British Airways.

Representatives of Boy George, Victoria Beckham and British Airways did not immediately respond to insider requests for comment.

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