United Airlines Puts Schoolboy Q's Puppy On Wrong Flight Home


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American hip-hop artist ScHoolboy Q, most notorious for his "Collard Greens" (2014) hit-song is apparently fighting back against American Airlines after they "lost" one of his dogs and winded up sending it to the wrong airport.

ScHoolboy Q, whose real name is Quincy Matthew Hanley is originally from South Central Los Angeles, California - but was oddly enough born in Wiesbaden, Germany.

On Friday night after realizing he and his pet had been separated, the rapper shared his concern on Twitter, calling the airline out for putting his dog, Yeeerndamean, on the wrong flight and demanding answers. His pet, named Yeeerndamean, had been mistakenly switched with another during a layover in Denver and had been sent to Chicago. "My little dog been moving around since the A.M., prolly has pee and number 2 all in his cage smh", he wrote.

"Our customer's dog was safely reunited with its owner Friday evening", the airline said in a statement Saturday.

ScHoolboy Q had just purchased the new dog, a French bulldog puppy who had been born in Denver. But this hasn't stopped ScHoolboy Q's anger, and he has stated that he plans to sue the airline for their ridiculous mistake.

He went as far as to call United Airlines "idiots". "Pets are part of our customers' family, and their safety and wellbeing is of the upmost importance to us", the airline said in a statement.

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