A gospel singer was harshly reprimanded by a flight attendant after getting up to sing on a Delta Air Lines flight.
Born in Detroit, the main and largest city in Michigan, Bobbi Storm is one of the new voices in American gospel music and received the news that she was nominated for two Grammys when she was already on a Delta flight.
Unable to contain her happiness, she got up and wanted to tell all the passengers about her nomination and also sing to celebrate the moment. It was at that moment that a Delta flight attendant intervened and asked her to remain quiet and also to return to her seat.
She complained about the situation and said that there was no seat belt warning light on, but she returned to her seat. Soon after, the flight attendant left and she began to share the news of her appointment with other passengers, who applauded her.
Bobbi also said that it is common for her to sing in flight and spread the sacred Christian word, and at that moment, the flight attendant comes back and says: “I’m the lead flight attendant on this flight, I need to know if you can do it and stay quiet.”
The singer tries to argue by saying that she is sitting and that the passengers around her are not bothered. The flight attendant insists and repeats the question several times, until he warns her that if she doesn’t answer clearly she will be removed from the flight, which she ends up saying won’t be necessary.
After the case, the singer exposed the image filmed by whoever was next to her, sharing it on Instagram and said that despite the embarrassment she is fine and received an apology from Delta management.